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Valency and Diamagnetism of Titanium in the Tetrachloride

Nature volume 128, page 189 (01 August 1931) | Download Citation

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Titanium (atomic number 22) is known to be paramagnetic. It shows anomaly in that its paramagnetism after decreasing from 1.6 × 10-6 at -170° to 1.25 × 10-6 at -80° becomes constant. All its compounds so far studied are also known to be paramagnetic ; TiO2, Ti3O5, TiS2, and Ti2S3 having values 0.066, 8.1, 0.56, and 0.91 ( × 10-6) respectively, for the specific susceptibility (Int. Crit. Tables).

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    Ann. der Phys., vol. 8, ser. 5; 1931.

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  1. Department of Physics, F.C. College, Lahore, June 24.

    • V. I. VAIDHIANATHAN

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