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#questionMnS is a paramagnetic solid. At 300°K, there are 4 × 1022
molecules of MnS per cm3. If the cationic magnetic moment of
MnS is 5 MB, use the Curie law in 8-b to compute the
paramagnetic susceptibility, ?, of MnS at 300°K?...
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