By P. W. Anderson (auth.), R. A. Levy, R. Hasegawa (eds.)
The papers making up this quantity symbolize a precis of the court cases of the second one foreign Symposium on Amorphous Magnetism held at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on August 25- 27, 1976. as a result resounding good fortune of the Inter nationwide Symposium on Amorphous Magnetism held at Wayne kingdom collage on August 17 and 18, 1972 this symposium was once back prepared with the aim in brain of supplying a discussion board for dis cussion of the newest theoretical and experimental advances made within the fields of spin glass structures, amorphous magnetic alloys and magnetic oxide glasses. The symposium used to be subsidized via the yankee actual Society and supported through a furnish from GTE Laboratories. extra aid cash have been supplied through basic electrical, Allied Chemical and Ford Motor corporation. this system committee consisted of J. J. Becker (General Electric), P. A. Casabella (RPI), P. J. Cote (Watervliet Arsenal), A. M. de Graaf (Wayne nation University), R. Hasegawa, Co-Chairman (Allied Chemical), H. O. Hooper (University of Maine), H. B. Huntington (RPI), R. A. Levy, Chairman (RPI), R. ok. MacCrone (RPI), L. N. Mulay (Penn kingdom University), G. L. Salinger (RPI) and J. Wong (General Electric). this system of the symposium integrated 7 invited evaluation papers, fifty three contributed papers, and 10 extra papers learn via identify as a result of time obstacles. The editors desire to expand their deep appreciation to J. J. Becker, A. M. de Graaf, P. Duwez, J. Gustafson, D. L. Huber, U.
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Below the ordering temperature the observed shifts, when normalized to the bulk magnetization, are almost the same. However, the normalized broadening for the spin-glass alloy is substantially larger than for the ferromagnetic alloy. To date, two experimental results have indicated a possible spin-glass ordering below the critical concentration: 1) the magnetic susceptibil ity deviates from the Curie-Weiss law;3 2) below the ordering temperature, the specific heat does not depend very much on the concentration.
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