Curie-Weiss law: Meaning and Definition of

Cu'rie-Weiss' law"

Pronunciation: (kyoor'ē-wīs', -vīs'), [key]
— Physics. Physics.
  1. the law that the susceptibility of a paramagnetic substance is inversely proportional to the difference of its temperature and the Curie point and that the substance ceases to be paramagnetic below the Curie point.
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