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Sun April 08, 2012 By:

Why the crystalline defects are called thermodynamic defects?

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Wed April 11, 2012
At times these defects are called thermodynamic defects because the number of these defects depend on the temperature.
 
All magnetically ordered solids, ferromagnetic and anti-ferromagnetic solids change into paramagnetic at high temperature.This is because of randomization of domains on heating. Each ferromagnetic substance has a characteristic temperature, above which no ferromagnetism is observed. This temperature is called curie temperature.
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