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Rock magnetic criteria for the detection of biogenic magnetite
Abstract We report results on the magnetic properties of magnetites produced by magnetotactic and dissimilatory iron-reducing bacteria. Magnetotactic bacterial (MTB) strains MS1, MV1 and MV2 andExpand
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Magnetic Properties of Rocks and Minerals
This is an updated collation of magnetic parameters of rocks and minerals for geologists, geochemists, and geophysicists. Since the publication of the previous edition of Handbook of PhysicalExpand
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Iron partitioning and hydrogen generation during serpentinization of abyssal peridotites from 15°N on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
Aqueous dihydrogen (H2,aq) is produced in copious amounts when seawater interacts with peridotite and H2O oxidizes ferrous iron in olivine to ferric iron in secondary magnetite and serpentine. PoorlyExpand
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Magnetodendrimers allow endosomal magnetic labeling and in vivo tracking of stem cells
Magnetic resonance (MR) tracking of magnetically labeled stem and progenitor cells is an emerging technology, leading to an urgent need for magnetic probes that can make cells highly magnetic duringExpand
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The effect of oxidation on the Verwey transition in magnetite
At the Verwey transition (Tv≈110–120 K), magnetite transforms from monoclinic to cubic spinel structure. It has long been believed that magnetic remanence and susceptibility would change markedly atExpand
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Low-temperature magnetic behavior of titanomagnetites
Titanium substitution has a significant effect on the temperature dependence (5–300 K) of low-temperature saturation remanence and of initial susceptibility in synthetic and natural titanomagnetiteExpand
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Magnetite in seafloor serpentinite—Some like it hot
Serpentinization of mantle peridotite generates molecular hydrogen that can be exploited by microorganisms to gain metabolic energy; however, the mechanisms that control hydrogen generation andExpand
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Paleomagnetic record of Martian meteorite ALH84001
[1] The natural remanent magnetization (NRM) of the Martian meteorite ALH84001 is predominantly carried by fine magnetite, which is found in association with carbonate. The magnetite is in epitaxialExpand
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First-order reversal curve (FORC) diagrams of natural and cultured biogenic magnetic particles
[1] First-order reversal curve (FORC) diagrams are rapidly becoming a standard tool for characterizing magnetic particles because they simultaneously incorporate information regarding magnetostaticExpand
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