Magnetochemistry by Richard L. Carlin

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6. 4 Dlk,where D/k is the zero-Geld splitting expressed in Kelvins. It is essential to recall that this specific heat is the magnetic contribution alone, which is of course superimposed on the lattice heat capacity. As an example, Fig. 7 illuslrates the specific heat of a-NiSO, . G H,O [9]. A zero-field splitting of about 7 K provides the magnetic contribution, which falls on topof the T3lattice term. Clearly, thesmallcr thezero-field splitting, the lower the temperature at which it will give rise to amaximum, which can in turn be measured more accurately.

The specific heat of aluminum alum, a diamagnetic salt which is otherwise much like many ofthe salts ofinterest here, has been measured [2] and does obey the law at temperatures bclow 20 K, as illustrated in Fig. 1. On the other hand, substances which have clear structural features that are one or two dimensional in nature d o not necessarily obey a T 3law over wide temperature intervals, and caution must be used in assuming such a relationship. Fig. 1. Specific heat of KAI(SO,), . 12H,O. Data from Ref.

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