Correlation between Rayleigh loops and frequency‐dependent and quadrature susceptibility: Application to magnetic granulometry of rocks

@inproceedings{Bloemendal1985CorrelationBR,
  title={Correlation between Rayleigh loops and frequency‐dependent and quadrature susceptibility: Application to magnetic granulometry of rocks},
  author={J. A. Bloemendal and Charles E. Barton and C. Radhakrishnamurthy},
  year={1985}
}
We report the results of measurements of frequency-dependent and quadrature low-field magnetic susceptibility of basalt specimens showing different types of low-field hysteresis (Rayleigh) loop. A correlation among the three techniques is demonstrated, with specimens showing broad and constricted loops exhibiting relatively high-frequency dependence of susceptibility and a high ratio of quadrature to in-phase susceptibility. This result has implications for magnetic granulometry studies of… CONTINUE READING

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