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Magnetic susceptibility is inversely proportional to the absolute temperature. This law applies where dipoles are far enough apart that their interaction is small, as in solutions of paramagnetic salts. In paramagnetic solids the susceptibility is inversely proportional to the difference between the temperature and the Curie point, this latter fact being called the <b>Curie-Weiss law</b>.
 
Magnetic susceptibility is inversely proportional to the absolute temperature. This law applies where dipoles are far enough apart that their interaction is small, as in solutions of paramagnetic salts. In paramagnetic solids the susceptibility is inversely proportional to the difference between the temperature and the Curie point, this latter fact being called the <b>Curie-Weiss law</b>.

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Magnetic susceptibility is inversely proportional to the absolute temperature. This law applies where dipoles are far enough apart that their interaction is small, as in solutions of paramagnetic salts. In paramagnetic solids the susceptibility is inversely proportional to the difference between the temperature and the Curie point, this latter fact being called the Curie-Weiss law.