A model for non-linear behaviour of a magnetization in strong de Haas van Alphen effect is proposed. It describes correctly measured values of the magnetic induction splitting due to Condon domains in silver, beryllium and aluminium. It is shown that the characteristics of magnetization curve in Condon domain phase depend on temperature, magnetic field and Dingle temperature.
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
We are indebted to M.A. Itskovsky, V. Egorov, R. Kramer and I. Sheikin for illuminating discussions. One of us (A.G.) is grateful to J.L. Smith for providing us with his paper before publication. We express our deep gratitude to P. Wyder for his interest in this work. One of us (A.G.) thanks the Center for Computational Mathematics and Scientific Computation of the University of Haifa for support.
- D. Condon domains
- D. Electron gas at quantizing magnetic fields
- D. Non-linear magnetization
- E. de Haas van Alphen effect
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- General Chemistry
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Materials Chemistry