By J.X. Boucherle, J. Flouquet and C. Lacroix (Eds.)

Show description

Read Online or Download Anomalous Rare Earths and Actinides. Valence Fluctuation and Heavy Fermions PDF

Best general & reference books

Heidegger and Marcuse: The Catastrophe and Redemption of History

This brief ebook contrasts the philosophies of expertise of Heidegger and Marcuse, one in every of Heidegger's megastar students, and relates their paintings to modern expertise reports. Feenberg units out the old and theoretical historical past of the talk, then discusses every one philosopher's idea in flip, and ends with an immense research of the results for modern know-how stories.

Die physikalischen und chemischen Grundlagen der Glasfabrikation

Die Wissenschaft yom Glase ist infolge der Anwendung neuer physi kalischer Auffassungen und Methoden derart in Breite und Tiefe an geschwollen, daB es dem Ingenieur und dem Studenten immer schwie riger wird, die wissenschaftlichen Fundamente zu iibersehen. Es ist Zweck dieses Buches, den Zusammenhang zwischen der Grundlagen forschung einerseits und der Glaschemie und der Technologie anderer seits wieder herzustellen.

Elements of Psychoanalysis

A dialogue of categorising the ideational context and emotional adventure which may ensue in a psychoanalytic interview. The textual content goals to extend the reader's figuring out of cognition and its scientific ramifications.

Additional resources for Anomalous Rare Earths and Actinides. Valence Fluctuation and Heavy Fermions

Sample text

42 K. V. (North-Holland Physics Publishing Division) U. Welp et al. e. almost equal to the Wilson ratio for a spin 1/2 particle carrying a magnetic moment of one Bohr magneton. In this sense CePb 3 behaves as a nonmagnetic heavy fermion system. On the contrary, for the archetype magnetic Kondo lattice one finds a huge value of χ/y since the magnetic ordering quenches the renormalization of γ (see for in­ stance ref. [6]). Clearly in CePb 3 a significant part of the f-electrons does not contribute to the sublattice magnetization.

However, at higher tem­ perature ( T = 5 K) a small quasielastic magnetic contribution can be seen. These inelastic experiments allow us to conclude that there is no CEF levels between 10 and 1000 K. Therefore in CeMo 6 S 8 , the CEF splitting of the J = 5/2 ground state multiplet of Ce 3 + is unusually large explaining why there is no departure from a linear law of χΤ up to 400 K. 6 K, using a multidetector diffractometer installed in the Siloe reactor. Quite surprisingly no superlattice mag­ netic peak has been detected.

Takeshige, J. Magn. Magn. Mat. 52 (1985) 1. R. Cooper, R. Siemann, D. Yang, P. Thayamballi and A. Banerjea, in: Handbook on the Physics and Chem­ istry of the Actinides, vol. 2, eds. J. H. Lander (North-Holland, Amsterdam 1985) p. 435. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 63 & 64 (1987) 37-39 North-Holland, Amsterdam 37 CeCu 5 : ANOTHER KONDO LATTICE SHOWING MAGNETIC ORDER E. BAUER, E. G R A T Z and C. SCHMITZER Institute of Experimental Physics, Technical University Vienna, Austria The temperature dependence of the electrical resistivity, thermal conductivity, thermopower and specific heat of CeCu5 will be presented.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.79 of 5 – based on 33 votes