Temperature dependence of the specific heat of our samples. The solid curves correspond to the regular part described by expression (1). The data for the samples with and 0.2 have been shifted by 50 and relative to the data for .
Temperature dependence of the anomalous part of the specific heat, for , , and samples.
Anomalous part of the specific heat versus reduced temperature both above and below . The solid curves show the approximations according to formulas (2) and (3).
Parameters of the unit cells of the samples.
Values of the coefficients , , and .
Values of the specific-heat critical exponent and critical amplitude ratio for some manganites.
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