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Need to calculate magnetic moment of FeRh from the curie constant which was obtained from a linear fit of inverse susceptibility data.

CGS units!

C = 68 (cm^{3}K)/mole

N = Avogadro constant 6.022E23 atoms/mole

K = Boltzmann constant 1.38E-16 erg/K

uB = Bohr magnetons 9.274E-21 erg/G

u_{eff = unknown effective magnetic moment want the solution in terms of bohr magnetons. Relevant conversion factors: erg = 4pi cm3Oe2 1 G = 4pi Oe 2. Relevant equations ueff=((3KC)/N)1/2; which simplifies to ueff= 2.84C^(1/2) 3. The attempt at a solution ([tex]\frac{3 * 1.38E-16 erg/K * 68 cm3K/mole}{6.022E23atom/mole}[/tex])1/2 = ~24uB. I expect my solution to be closer to 3.2. Does anyone know if there is something typically done after these sorts of calculations that I need to do?}

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# Homework Help: Magnetic moment calculation from curie constant (thought this was easy!)

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