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The final quarter-century has been marked via the tremendous fast progress of the solid-state sciences. They comprise what's now the biggest subfield of physics, and the fabrics engineering sciences have likewise flourished. And, enjoying an energetic function all through this sizeable sector of technological know-how and engineer­ ing were very huge numbers of chemists. but, although the function of chemistry within the solid-state sciences has been a necessary one and the solid-state sciences have, in flip, made huge, immense contributions to chemical idea, solid-state chemistry has no longer been well-known through the final physique of chemists as a huge subfield of chemistry. Solid-state chemistry isn't even good outlined as to content material. a few, for instance, might have it contain purely the quantum chemistry of solids and might reject thermodynamics and part equilibria; this is often nonsense. Solid-state chemistry has many aspects, and one of many reasons of this Treatise is to aid outline the sector. might be the main common attribute of solid-state chemistry, and one that is helping differentiate it from solid-state physics, is its concentrate on the chemical composition and atomic configuration of actual solids and at the courting of composition and constitution to the chemical and actual homes of the cast. genuine solids tend to be tremendous complicated and show virtually countless sort of their compositional and structural features.

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88) For a metamagnetic system in a real field H and a staggered field H' Figure 9 shows tricritical points at ±t. In Figure 9 the line - tTNt is the usual line of critical points seen in antiferromagnets. The line tH 1 is a first-order transition line, thereby distinguishing the hypercritical point t from normal critical points such as the Neel point TN. But in the classical model in a staggered field there are additional phase lines outside the H-T plane (H' = 0) such as the surface AH 1 tB and its three images under H -+ - H and H' -+ - H'.

R" as T - 7;,+ CIT '" (7;, - T)-'" as T - 7;,_ C'I' '" (T - (21) Here C'I' is defined as T(oS/oT)'I' where the subscript 'I' means M = 0 for ferromagnetic systems, critical concentration for orderdisorder systems, and critical volume for fluid systems. Also CIT is defined as T(oS/oT)1T as the system moves along one or the other of the boundaries of the coexistence region (J. , C'I' '" const + (T - 7;,)1 91 then one may chose to say that the singular part of oc, namely OCs ' is given by OCs = -181.

46) However, it still seems highly advantageous for critical point data to be published in as complete a form as possible with no arbitrary and hidden assumptions in order that later workers with more complete information and new ideas can extract their own critical exponents from it. Finally, the reader of the literature should not always take seriously the quoted errors for critical exponents. Often these quoted errors are much too small because of assumptions in treating the data such as linearizing the log-log plots by adjusting 7;, or because the data do not extend far enough into the asymptotic critical region.

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