ANTIFERROMAGNETIC BEHAVIOR IN SINGLE CRYSTALS
Final rept. 1 Jan 1961-31 Mar 1963
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV EAST LANSING
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Work carried out by the nuclear resonance technique and by specific heat studies is outlined. Each of these techniques has contributed in formation about both the antiferromagnetic state and the antiferromagnetic transition. However, in the case of nuclear magnetic resonance, the principal contribution seems to have been in providing information about the antiferromagnetic state, while in the case of the specific heat work, the information it provides is largely concerned with the antiferromagnetic transition.
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