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The magnetic susceptibility per unit volume is defined as x = M / H , where M is

the magnetic moment per unit volume , or the magnetization , and H is the

referred ...

The magnetic susceptibility per unit volume is defined as x = M / H , where M is

the magnetic moment per unit volume , or the magnetization , and H is the

**magnetic field**intensity . Quite frequently the susceptibility may also be definedreferred ...

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HALL EFFECT The most striking experimental evidence leading us to introduce

the concept of positive current carriers or holes in crystals is furnished by the Hall

effect . When a conductor is placed in a

HALL EFFECT The most striking experimental evidence leading us to introduce

the concept of positive current carriers or holes in crystals is furnished by the Hall

effect . When a conductor is placed in a

**magnetic field**perpendicular to the ...Page 402

Let us postulate such an interaction and call it the Weiss

effect of the Weiss

elementary moments . We consider the Weiss

Let us postulate such an interaction and call it the Weiss

**field**. The orientingeffect of the Weiss

**field**is opposed by the motion of thermal agitation of theelementary moments . We consider the Weiss

**field**the equivalent of an effective**magnetic**...### What people are saying - Write a review

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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