## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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netic field in the z direction the orbital contribution to the

proportional to the expectation value of L., and so the orbital

quenched if the mechanical moment L, is quenched. When the spin-orbit

interaction ...

netic field in the z direction the orbital contribution to the

**magnetic moment**isproportional to the expectation value of L., and so the orbital

**magnetic moment**isquenched if the mechanical moment L, is quenched. When the spin-orbit

interaction ...

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CURIE POINT AND THE EXCHANGE INTEGRAL We call a substance

ferromagnetic if it possesses a spontaneous

saturation magnetization ...

CURIE POINT AND THE EXCHANGE INTEGRAL We call a substance

ferromagnetic if it possesses a spontaneous

**magnetic moment**, that is, a**magnetic moment**even in the absence of an applied magnetic field. Thesaturation magnetization ...

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ratio of the

ratio to g'e/2mc, where g' is called the magnetomechanical factor." For an

electron spin the

h/2; ...

ratio of the

**magnetic moment**to the angular momentum. It is useful to equate theratio to g'e/2mc, where g' is called the magnetomechanical factor." For an

electron spin the

**magnetic moment**is up = eh/2mc, and the angular momentum ish/2; ...

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