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Proposed technology includes the use of electron microscopy, x-ray microprobe analysis, the study of thermomagnetic characteristics, hysteresis properties and measurement of various types of natural and artificial magnetization. Electron microscopy technology allows direct observation of the shape, size and texture of bottom sediment particles. X-ray microprobe allows to study the elemental composition of particles. Magnetomineralogical analysis in combination with direct methods of macro and micro diagnosis allows to obtain all necessary information about the composition and origin of magnetic particles of bottom sediments.

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