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Advanced Solid State Physics Materials Science Problem Set: Thermodynamics Isotherm Specific heat capacity, Heat capacity per mole Specific heat capacity, Heat capacity per atom In this problem, we will calculate the isotherm specific heat capacities of the five most common sublattices of lattice Solids. Questions are as follows: a) What is the density, energy and heat capacity of each sublattice? b) Is there a difference between heat capacity of the first, second and third nearest sublattices? Why? c) What is the density, heat capacity per mole and energy of the sublattices? d) What is the heat capacity per atom and energy? Discuss the results and attempt to determine the structure of the compounds by clustering the sublattices based on their heat capacity 1, 2, 3. 4. Magnetic properties Kondo resonance Interplay of one- and two-electron systems Magnetization can be influenced by charge fluctuations in a narrow energy range called the Kondo resonance. The Kondo resonance is based on a singlet bound state. Description in condensed matter physics The Landau levels are a version of the Kondo resonance with an even number of electrons, which was discovered in 1962 by Yasuo Akisue and Hidekazu Tanaka.
TEXT a) What is the density, energy and heat capacity of each sublattice? b) Is there a difference between heat capacity of the first, second and third nearest sublattices? Why? c) What is the density, heat capacity per mole and energy of the sublattices? d) What is the heat capacity per atom and energy? e) Which among the five sublattices has the highest density? f) Determine the magnetic moments using and discuss the validity of the approximation m/m 1 m/m 2 for two spin values to order 3 of the total magnetic moment? g) Plot m/m 1 and m/m 2 vs. n and discuss the structure of the compound. e) Are the magnetic moments compensated? Indicate the direction of magnetic moments and discuss the observed decrease in magnitude. f) What is the magnetic moment per atom and what is the associated density? g) Why do you think the magnetic moments are significantly smaller for R3 (black) than for R1 (red) and R2 (blue)?