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The chapter begins with the classical Langevin theory of the diamagnetic and

treatment. The properties of

account ...

The chapter begins with the classical Langevin theory of the diamagnetic and

**paramagnetic**susceptibilities of gases, followed by a quantum-mechanicaltreatment. The properties of

**paramagnetic**ions in solids are discussed, and anaccount ...

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Nuclear

magnetic moment of the electron by a factor ~10 °; therefore according to (9.4)

the susceptibility of a nuclear

particles ...

Nuclear

**paramagnetism**. The magnetic moments of nuclei are smaller than themagnetic moment of the electron by a factor ~10 °; therefore according to (9.4)

the susceptibility of a nuclear

**paramagnetic**system for the same number ofparticles ...

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A

magneton. (a) Calculate the surplus fraction, i.e., the percentage indicating how

many more are parallel rather than antiparallel to a magnetic field of 10,000

oersteds at ...

A

**paramagnetic**salt contains 10° ions/cm" with magnetic moment 1 Bohrmagneton. (a) Calculate the surplus fraction, i.e., the percentage indicating how

many more are parallel rather than antiparallel to a magnetic field of 10,000

oersteds at ...

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