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Die Magnetische SuszeptibilitÄt von Kristallinem n-CdGeAs2

Magnetic susceptibility of cristalline n-Type CdGeAs2

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The specific magnetic susceptibility of polycrystalline and powdered samples was measured between 77 °K and 570 °K. This dependence was interpreted in intrinsic range suggesting the susceptibility is given as a sum of contributions of the latticeχ G and of free carriersχ L. The temperature dependence of the lattice susceptibility χG G 0 +βT was checked: χ G 0 =−2·35× ×10−7, β=4·5×10−11. The contributionχ L enabled to check the effective mass of holes mh=0·25m0 suggesting me≪mh.

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Herrn A. Hrubý gilt mein Dank für die Vorbereitung des polykristallinen Ingots von CdGeAs2.

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Matyáš, M. Die Magnetische SuszeptibilitÄt von Kristallinem n-CdGeAs2 . Czech J Phys 20, 1300–1303 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01734718

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