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Homework Help: Calculating magnetic susceptibility from the g factor

  1. May 7, 2014 #1

    already calculated J to be 15/2
    have already found g to be 1.33

    M = ngμJ

    magnetic suseptibilty is 5X10^-7 m^3/mol

    please could omeone tell me if it is possible to calculate the magnetic susceptibility from the above information? thanks in advance for an pointers.
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  3. May 7, 2014 #2
    ok ive found μeff = gμ(J(J+1))^.5

    and susceptibility = nμ(μeff)^2 / ?

    is ? = KT

    where would i find this formula,
  4. May 7, 2014 #3
    edit yes its susceptibility = nμ(μeff)^2 / kT

    admins please feel free to delete this thread
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