Neel temperature of antiferromagnetic substances

Neel temperature of antiferromagnetic substances

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Néel temperature of antiferromagnetic substances
chromium 311 K
manganese fluoride 67 K
nickel fluoride 73 K
manganese oxide 116 K
ferrous oxide 198 K
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