## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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When the

on the system, the quenching may be partially lifted as the

orbital moment along with it. If the sign of the

...

When the

**spin**-orbit interaction energy is introduced as an additional perturbationon the system, the quenching may be partially lifted as the

**spin**may carry someorbital moment along with it. If the sign of the

**spin**-orbit interaction favors parallel...

Page 221

If the field can be removed without the entropy of the

disorder of the

specimen is demagnetized adiabatically, heat can flow into the

...

If the field can be removed without the entropy of the

**spin**system changing, thedisorder of the

**spin**system will look as it should at a lower temperature. When thespecimen is demagnetized adiabatically, heat can flow into the

**spin**system only...

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If we had included the zero-point motion of the

16) by adding #, we should have found that, at 0°K, AM/Mo = {[S(S + 1))” – S}/S.

This expresses the fact that the maximum

...

If we had included the zero-point motion of the

**spin**system by increasing ji in (J.16) by adding #, we should have found that, at 0°K, AM/Mo = {[S(S + 1))” – S}/S.

This expresses the fact that the maximum

**spin**component in quantum theory is S,...

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