### Curie’s Law Calculator :

Enter the Curie constant in K·A/(T·m), Magnetic field in tesla(T), Temperature in celsius(°C), and you get the Magnetization in A/m.

### Curie’s Law Formula :

Curie’s law formula is the magnetization M_{(A/m)} in Ampere per meter is equal to the curie constant C_{(k* A)} in Kelvin per Ampere and divided by the temperature T_{(k)} in kelvin and multiply the external magnetic field B_{(T)} in Tesla .Hence the Curie’s law formula can be written as

M_{(A/m)}=C_{(k* A)} /T_{(k)} *B_{(T)}

T = B * C / M

B= M * T / C

Where

M= magnetization in Ampere per meter

C= curie constant in Kelvin per ampere

T= temperature in kelvin

B= external magnetic field in Telsa

Curie constant is used in curie’s law .The si unit of curie constant is (K * A ) / (T *m ).

The magnetic moment μθ is the characteristic number that describes the magnetic property of a particle

The curie constant formula is C= M * T /B

### Example:1

Calculate the the magnetization of that material? In a paramagnetic material is placed at a temperature of 20^{0}c the external magnetic field applied is 4T and the cuie constant is 1.8 K * A / (T *m).

### Answer:

Given temperature T=20 ^{0}K

Given magnetic field B=4T

Magnetization M = C /T * B

=1.4 /20.0 *4.0

=0.2799999999997 A/m

### Example:2

Calculate the magnetization of that material? In a paramagnetic material is placed at a temperature of 85^{0}c the external magnetic field applied is 25T and the cuie constant is 1.4 K * A / (T *m).

### Answer:

Given temperature T=85^{0}K

Given magnetic field B=25T

Magnetization M = C /T * B

=1.4 /85.0 * 25.0

=0.41176 A/m