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Il Nuovo Cimento (1955-1965)

, Volume 6, Supplement 3, pp 1081–1100 | Cite as

The concept of temperature in magnetism

  • J. H. Van Vleck
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    T. R. Carver andC. P. Slichter:Phys. Rev.,92, 212 (1953);102, 975 (1956) A quite different approach to the concept of temperature in the Overhauser effect has been developed bySlichter who shows that in a properly chosen rotating system, the nucleus and electron can be regarded as having the same temperature (Phys. Rev.,99, 1822 (1955)).ADSCrossRefGoogle Scholar
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© Italian Physical Society 1957

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. H. Van Vleck
    • 1
  1. 1.Harvard UniversityCambridge

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