## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 37N. Zanichelli, 1967 - Nuclear physics |

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When the impurity moment is sufficiently large , it is not influenced much by the

additional local

perturbation is already large and is in a saturation range . Therefore we may ...

When the impurity moment is sufficiently large , it is not influenced much by the

additional local

**magnetic**field since the effective field at the impurity atom withoutperturbation is already large and is in a saturation range . Therefore we may ...

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2 ) Nuclei have no

e . there exist no permanent ... Thus , for example , nuclei with I = } have only a

...

2 ) Nuclei have no

**magnetic**multipole moments M , of order 2 where l is even , i .e . there exist no permanent ... Thus , for example , nuclei with I = } have only a

**magnetic**dipole moment M , but no electric quadrupole moment Qg . A still more...

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Penn ' s theory of the stability of

transition metals . 3 ' 1 . Introduction . – Excepting the rare - earth metals and

possibly uranium , magnetism in metals occurs only among the trasition metals ,

or alloys ...

Penn ' s theory of the stability of

**magnetic**phases for a simple model of thetransition metals . 3 ' 1 . Introduction . – Excepting the rare - earth metals and

possibly uranium , magnetism in metals occurs only among the trasition metals ,

or alloys ...

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### Contents

LOMER Band theory and magnetism | 1 |

JACCARINO Studies of the hyperfine interaction in transi | 39 |

P W ANDERSON and W L MCMILLAN Multiplescattering | 50 |

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