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isothermal magnetization[¦ī·sə¦thər·məl ‚mag·nə·tə′zā·shən]
Magnetization of a substance held at constant temperature; used in combination with adiabatic demagnetization to produce temperatures close to absolute zero.
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. The magnetic properties of [Ba.sub.3][[Cu.sub.0.8-x][Zn.sub.x][[Mn.sub.0.2]].sub.2][Fe.sub.24][O.sub.41], x = 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, and 0.8 samples were studied by VSM at room temperature in an applied field up to 10 kOe.
Caption: FIGURE 6: Isothermal magnetization
M(H) curves (a) and magnetic entropy changes, -[DELTA][S.sub.M](T) (b), with a magnetic field change [DELTA]H = 5 T for Mn[Co.sub.1-x][Zr.sub.x]Ge.
Caption: Figure 5: Isothermal magnetization
as a function of applied magnetic field of the [Mn.sub.5-x][Fe.sub.x][Ge.sub.3] (x = 0.05) sample measured at isotherms in the vicinity of the sample's Curie temperature.