The lack of hysteresis (almost zero coercive force, Hc) and remanence
at ambient temperatures is characteristic of superparamagnetic materials.
In the case of assembly 3 with N50 magnets with remanence
of the dead cannot stop short of dealing away with President al-Bashir, once given an opportunity.
So far, provenance studies applying rock magnetic properties have comprised measurements of the susceptibility and intensity of natural remanent magnetization of pottery samples, saturation isothermal remanence
(SIRM) and anystheretic remanent magnetization (ARM) intensities (McDougall et al.
Le trouble psychosomatique: remanence
d'une experience vecue mais non enregistree psychiquement
Mendell (a member of the International Systems Security Association and the High Technology Crime Investigation Association) aims to provide managers, security professionals, and information workers with an understanding of how to recognize the avenues of compromise for sensitive information in documents, avenues which include not understanding the information conveyed in metadata, not employing robust encryption protection, inadequate monitoring of business channels and subsequent filtering to reduce information leakage, and inadequate erasure of magnetic media to reduce remanence
Each basaltic stone has its own magnetic susceptibility (a number) and magnetic remanence
I am sorry not to see a paper by Ken Kodama or his colleagues who have been working on magnetic fabrics and the deflection of magnetic remanence
They remain dispersed in solution but quickly move in response to a magnetic field, with no magnetic remanence
At the same time, remanence
plays an essential role in the pyrrhotite-bearing rocks of the amphibolite facies terrain (NEGL) (Puura et al.
Continental anomalies are thought to be due mostly to real-time magnetic induction caused by the dipole field generated by a dynamo in the core, while the oceanic crust displays magnetic stripes dominated by a process called remanence
In fully latching operation, the flux remanence