Van vleck paramagnetism in orthorhombic TiO2 (Brookite)

Physical Review
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Abstract

The magnetic susceptibility of the orthorhombic form of titanium dioxide has been measured from 5 to 300??K. After deducting the temperature-dependent component, which is probably due to defects or impurities, and the free-ion diamagnetic component, the Van Vleck paramagnetism was estimated to be 33??10-6 emu/mole. Comparison is made between this value and the Van Vleck paramagnetism of strontium titanate and the two tetragonal forms of titanium dioxide: rutile and anatase. ?? 1968 The American Physical Society.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Van vleck paramagnetism in orthorhombic TiO2 (Brookite)
Series title Physical Review
DOI 10.1103/PhysRev.175.1144
Volume 175
Issue 3
Year Published 1968
Language English
Larger Work Type Article
Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title Physical Review
First page 1144
Last page 1146