Physics

The Curie constant is a material-dependent property relating a material's temperature to its magnetic susceptibility.

The Curie constant, when expressed in SI units, is given by

$C=3k_{B}μ_{0}μ_{B} Ng_{2}J(J+1)$

where $N$ is the number of magnetic atoms (or molecules) per unit volume, $g$ is the Land g-factor, $μ_{B}(9.27400915e−24J/TorAm2)$ is the Bohr magneton, $J$ is the angular momentum quantum number and $k_{B}$ is Boltzmann's constant.

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