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

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Page 88

Since the correlation energy can be numerically large compared to the

ferromagnetic - nonmagnetic energy difference and is not easily calculated ,

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BEEBY.

Since the correlation energy can be numerically large compared to the

ferromagnetic - nonmagnetic energy difference and is not easily calculated ,

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**prediction**of possible ferromagnetism can not usually be made . It 88 J . L .BEEBY.

Page 321

In these lectures we will discuss the

3 cases . 1 ) Paramagnetic metals at low temperatures ( palladium is the

interesting case of this ) ; 2 ) critical scattering near the Curie point ; 3 ) spin

waves .

In these lectures we will discuss the

**predictions**of the itinerant electron model in3 cases . 1 ) Paramagnetic metals at low temperatures ( palladium is the

interesting case of this ) ; 2 ) critical scattering near the Curie point ; 3 ) spin

waves .

Page 333

... band has a profound effect on the effective RKY interaction so that the

be badly wrongREFERENCES [ 1 ] T . IZUYAMA , D . - J . Kim and R . KUBO :

Journ .

... band has a profound effect on the effective RKY interaction so that the

**predictions**of the simple RKY coupling for spin waves in magnetized metals maybe badly wrongREFERENCES [ 1 ] T . IZUYAMA , D . - J . Kim and R . KUBO :

Journ .

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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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alloys amplitude analytic Anderson approximation assume average band becomes Born bound calculation complex computed condition conduction consider contribution correct correlation corresponding coupling curve defined density depends determined discussed effect electrons energy equation exchange expected expression fact factor Fermi Fermi level ferromagnetic field function given gives Hamiltonian host metal impurity atom included integral interaction interesting lattice limit localized magnetic matrix element means metals method moments momentum normal obtained occur operator orbital particle perturbation Phys physical plane polarization poles positive possible potential present problem properties range relation replaced represent resonance scattering screening Sect seems shift shown similar simple solution spin structure surface temperature theory tion transition metals usual wave wave functions write written zero