## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Pascal has studied empirically the influence of chemical combination on

diamagnetic

the molecule ...

Pascal has studied empirically the influence of chemical combination on

diamagnetic

**susceptibility**and has formulated a set of rules for estimating**susceptibilities**, particularly of organic liquids. He expresses the**susceptibility**ofthe molecule ...

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and calculate the molar diamagnetic

10-" cm°/mole). 9.2. Given a plane slab of a metal containing N resistanceless

electrons per unit volume, find an expression for the distance below the surface

at ...

and calculate the molar diamagnetic

**susceptibility**of atomic hydrogen (–2.36 X10-" cm°/mole). 9.2. Given a plane slab of a metal containing N resistanceless

electrons per unit volume, find an expression for the distance below the surface

at ...

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Calculated spin

corrected for exchange, correlation, and effective mass [D. Pines, Phys. Rev. 95,

1090 (1954)] ...

**SUsceptibility**of the ALKALI METALs X X 10", per gram Li Na K Rh Cs I.Calculated spin

**susceptibility**, from (10.96) 1 .. 5 0.66 0.60 0.31 0.24 II. Ascorrected for exchange, correlation, and effective mass [D. Pines, Phys. Rev. 95,

1090 (1954)] ...

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