Magnetic Properties of Praseodymium in Magnetic Fields Determined from the Nuclear Heat Capacity and Applied to Nuclear Cooling

Gregers-Hansen, PE and Krusius, M and Pickett, George (1972) Magnetic Properties of Praseodymium in Magnetic Fields Determined from the Nuclear Heat Capacity and Applied to Nuclear Cooling. Physical review letters, 29 (7). pp. 420-423. ISSN 1079-7114

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Abstract

The nuclear heat capacity of praseodymium in fields from 0 to 18.6 kOe has been measured from 16 to 300 mK. In zero field the metal was found to be ordered with average magnetic moments of 0.62μB and 0.05μB on the two inequivalent lattice sites. Above 10 kOe the Van Vleck behavior dominates and an induced moment appears on both sites. The corresponding induced hyperfine field has been employed for nuclear cooling.

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Physical review letters
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