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    abomhals
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    Since the splitting is better represented in the data at 18 K, I think that the hyperfine field will be smaller at 50 K than at 18 K. A possible reason I could think of is that when we decrease the temperature, the material will undergo spontaneous magnetization. This means that the spins of the atoms will start to align, and the hyperfine field will probably rise in value.

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