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What is the permeability of magnesium sulphate and therefore the magnetic susceptibility?

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Google for "Handbook of Chemistry and Physics". Note that there is a meta discussion that concerns this question among others. – dmckee Feb 6 '12 at 19:04

A quick google search yielded this web page/pdf.

Table of Magnetic Susceptibilities

You will have to wade through their units, but they are seemingly explicit.

Hope this helps.

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