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Measurement of the magnetic susceptibility of normal fluid3He at very low temperatures

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Abstract

We present pulsed NMR measurements of the low temperature (≈0.003 K) magnetic susceptibility of normal liquid3He as a function of pressure. Our results agree well with the extrapolation from 0.035 K of the data of Ramm et al. We calculate new values for the Fermi liquid parameter F 0 a using the heat capacity data of Greywall.

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Hensley, H.H., Lee, Y., Hamot, P. et al. Measurement of the magnetic susceptibility of normal fluid3He at very low temperatures. J Low Temp Phys 90, 149–156 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00682015

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Keywords

  • Heat Capacity
  • Magnetic Susceptibility
  • Magnetic Material
  • Capacity Data
  • Heat Capacity Data