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Magneto-thermodynamic Effects

Part of the Springer Series in Materials Science book series (SSMATERIALS, volume 89)

Abstract

The magnetic energy of a substance is usually very much smaller than the thermal energy at room temperature or activation energy in a chemical reaction. Therefore, for many years it was believed that magnetic field could not affect chemical equilibrium. However, this is not always correct. Magnetic energy is proportional to the square of magnetic flux density. Thus the physical and chemical phenomena which cannot be observed at 1 T become observable at 10 T, especially when ferromagnetic substances are involved.

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