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8 Diamagnetism Substances with a negative magnetic

dia- magnetic. The magnetic

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

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8 Diamagnetism Substances with a negative magnetic

**susceptibility**are calleddia- magnetic. 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

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In most molecular systems this condition is not satisfied, and the general theory of

Van Vleck (Appendix F) must be applied. For a polyatomic molecule with spin

quantum number zero we have, according to (F.6), the total molar

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In most molecular systems this condition is not satisfied, and the general theory of

Van Vleck (Appendix F) must be applied. For a polyatomic molecule with spin

quantum number zero we have, according to (F.6), the total molar

**susceptibility**n...

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Plot the

100°K, where k is the Boltzmann constant. Show that the

is approximately independent of A. 9.5. * Following the discussion in Appendix I,

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Plot the

**susceptibility**as a function of temperature for a zero field splitting A/k =100°K, where k is the Boltzmann constant. Show that the

**susceptibility**for kT » Ais approximately independent of A. 9.5. * Following the discussion in Appendix I,

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

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