- A ferromagnetic material has a spontaneous magnetic moment- magnetic moment even in zero applied magnetic field this means that electron spins and magnetic moments are arranged in regular manner.
- Consider a paramagnet with a concentration of N ions of spin S. Given an internal interaction tending to line up the magnetic moments parallel to each other , we shall have a ferromagnet.
- This internal interaction is called exchange field.
- Orienting effect of exchange field is opposed by thermal agitation.
- At elevated temperatures the spin order is destroyed.
- Exchange field can be treated as equivalent to BE (magnetic field) also assume that the exchange field BE is proportional to the magnetization M.
- Magnetization M is defined as the magnetic moment per unit volume.
- In mean field approximation each magnetic atom experiences a field proportional to the magnetization
Where λ a is constant independent of temperature.
- Each spin sees average magnetization of all the other spins and more precisely of the neighboring spins.
- Curie Temperature (Tc) is the temperature above which spontaneous magnetization vanishes.
- Tc separates disordered paramagnetic phase at temperature T > Tc from ordered ferromagnetic phase at temperature T < Tc.
- If Ba is the external magnetic field then the effective field acting on atom or ion is
B= Ba+ BE = Ba+ λM
- If χp is paramagnetic susceptibility then
M= χp( Ba+ BE)
χp=C/T from curie law for paramagnetic materials
this implies that MT=C(Ba+ λM)
- Susceptibility has singularity at T=Cλ.
- At this temperature and below there exists a spontaneous magnetization , because if χ is infinite, we can have a finite M for zero Ba.
- Curie-Weiss law is
χ=C/(T-Tc) or Tc=Cλ
- This spontaneous magnetization decreases very slowly as the temperature is first raised above absolute zero and drops more steeply at higher temperatures until finally falls to zero at curie temperature.
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