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Abstract

Soils often possess a measurable magnetic susceptibility, due to the presence of ferromagnetic minerals such as magnetite and maghemite. Sometimes, this susceptibility is appreciably dispersive (frequency and delay time-dependent) because the grains are small enough to approach the thermal agitation limit of superparamagnetism. Dispersion can be important in applied geophysics and related fields like archeology and demining.

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2009-03-29
2021-01-20
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