Viva Questions To find the magnetic susceptibility of FeCl3 solution by Quincke Method

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6Q: What is the unit of magnetic susceptibility?

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9Q: In which unit system (SI or CGS) you measured the magnetic field strength http://senslite.com.tw/?alergolog=tradingonline&43f=3d H?

10Q: In which unit you measured the fall in height of the meniscus ?

11Q: What is the formula to calculate the mass susceptibility of FeCl3 solution?

12Q: You have calculated the mass susceptibility for different values of current i.e. means different strength

of the external magnetic field H. You should take average of the susceptibility or have to plot graph

(between h vs H^2 and by using the slope have to find the value of mass susceptibility?

13Q: What are the important precautions?

14Q: What are sources of error?

15Q: What are the learning outcomes from this experiment?

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