From low-field measurements of the susceptibility at temperatures up to 385 K, fitted to the Curie-Weiss expression, the exchange constant J/kB of Pb1-xEuxTe has been obtained for different values of x. It has been observed that J/kB decreases with increasing x. Reasons for this decrease are proposed. Measurements of the low-temperature magnetization at fields up to 23 T yield a value of the pair exchange constant Jp/kB, which is somewhat larger than the values from the susceptibility measurements and is nearly independent of x. This result seems to be due to the clustering of Eu atoms.
Physical Review B (Condensed Matter) 55(7), pp.4400-4404