Magnetic Susceptibility by Quincke Method Experiment is determined by using the FECL3 solution.
1Q. What is the atomic dipole moment?
2Q. What is Bohr Magneton?
3Q: What are B and H, and what are the units in the CGS/SI system?
4Q: What is Intensity of Magnetization?
6Q: What is the unit of magnetic susceptibility?
7Q: What are the main differences between Diamagnetic, Paramagnetic and Ferromagnetic materials?
8Q: Why the meniscus level rise up or fall down in the presence or absence of an external uniform magnetic
9Q: In which unit system (SI or CGS) you measured the magnetic field strength 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 an 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 the sources of error?
15Q: What are the learning outcomes of this experiment?
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