## Introduction to solid state physics |

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The magnetic

CD where B is the macroscopic magnetic field intensity. In both systems of units X

is dimensionless. We shall sometimes for convenience refer to M/B as the ...

The magnetic

**susceptibility**per unit volume is defined as (CCS) x = ^; (si) x = -^,CD where B is the macroscopic magnetic field intensity. In both systems of units X

is dimensionless. We shall sometimes for convenience refer to M/B as the ...

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The diamagnetic

>/6mc2, where <r2> is the mean square atomic radius. (Langevin) 2. Atoms with

a permanent magnetic moment p have a paramagnetic

The diamagnetic

**susceptibility**of N atoms of atomic number Z is x == — Ze2N<fa>/6mc2, where <r2> is the mean square atomic radius. (Langevin) 2. Atoms with

a permanent magnetic moment p have a paramagnetic

**susceptibility**x ...Page 530

If x is the paramagnetic

Ba + BE) □ We saw in Chapter 15 that we can write the magnetization as a

constant

...

If x is the paramagnetic

**susceptibility**, (CGS) Af = Xp(Ba + BE) ; (2) (SI) noM = Xp(Ba + BE) □ We saw in Chapter 15 that we can write the magnetization as a

constant

**susceptibility**times a field only if the fractional alignment is small: this is...

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CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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