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anonymous

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can anyone tell me about the variation of thermal conductivity of neodymium magnet or samarium cobalt magnet at very low temperature thermal conductivity vs temperature ( 0-300K ) will be very much usefull

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    These forums are primarily high school / undergraduate academic help forums, so I'm afraid it's not likely that you'll find an answer to such a specific, applied question here. Those of us that help are primarily undergraduates or graduate students, with a professor thrown in every once in awhile (though it's a bit rare). You might find some help here, and I wish you luck, but you might also want to try to find a resource that's a bit more specialized than we :)

  2. anonymous
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    i agree.........this is an applied question but still it is an undergraduate one :)

  3. anonymous
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    What is the context of the question?

  4. anonymous
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    briefly.............i'm using magnets with liquid nitrogen in contact.............so i need to know the thermal conductivity of magnets at that temperature

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