Careful measurements have been made of the magnetic susceptibility of the rutile and anatase crystalline forms of titanium dioxide. The magnetic susceptibility of a single crystal of high-purity rutile was found to be (0.067±0.0015)×10−6 emu per gram, and was temperature-independent from 55° to 372°K. Difficulty was encountered in obtaining a good value of the magnetic susceptibility of anatase because of impurities. However, a value of 0.02×10−6 emu per gram was obtained as a maximum value for anatase powder. A discussion is given for the different values obtained for anatase and rutile.
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Magnetic susceptibility of tetragonal titanium dioxide|
|Series title||Physical Review|
|Publisher||American Physical Society|
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