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Some rockmagnetic parameters for natural goethite, pyrrhotite, and fine-grained hematite =

Marinus Jacobus Dekkers

Some rockmagnetic parameters for natural goethite, pyrrhotite, and fine-grained hematite =

Gesteente-magnetische parameters voor natuurlijke goethiet, pyrrhotien, en fijnkorrelige hematiet

by Marinus Jacobus Dekkers

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Published by Instituut voor Aardwetenschappen der Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht in [Utrecht] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Goethite -- Magnetic properties.,
  • Pyrrhotite -- Magnetic properties.,
  • Hematite -- Magnetic properties.,
  • Paleomagnetism.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGesteente-magnetische parameters voor natuurlijke geothiet, pyrrhotien, en fijnkorrelige hematiet.
    StatementMarinus Jacobus Dekkers.
    SeriesGeologica Ultraiectina ;, no. 51
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE1 .G1342 no. 51, QE390.2.I76 .G1342 no. 51
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 231 p. :
    Number of Pages231
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2245229M
    LC Control Number89119081

    determine operating characteristics and optimum recording parameters. The systems used included Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc. (GSSI) SIR II and SIR 3 GPRs with , , , , and 1, MHz antennas and Sensors & Software Pulse Echo IV GPR with a MHz antenna and the PE GPR with a MHz antenna. Field Trip Guide-book. Lake - Basin - Evolution, RCMNS Interim Colloquium & Croatian Geological Society Lim-nogeology Workshop, May , Zagreb, Croatia. Hrvatsko geološko društvo / Croatian Geological Society, 80 pp. ISBN

    - Pegmatite is a light-colored, extremely coarse-grained intrusive igneous rock. It forms near the margins of a magma chamber during the final phases of magma chamber crystallization. It often contains rare minerals that are not found in other parts of the magma chamber. The specimen shown above is about two inches (five centimeters) across. Celestine is closely associated with anhydrite (CaSO4) and sulphides; pyrite, pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite. Fe-rich unknown silicate mineral developing along the margin of the sulphide minerals was also found. Those minerals in the eclogite occur in the matrix that is mainly occupied with fine .

    How is Goethite conserved?, Denkmalpflege, 62 (2), , , in International Workshop on Magnetic Observatory Instruments, edited by R.L. Coles, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada, 'Archeosecular and Palesecular Variations' and 'Archeointensity and Paleointensity Results' held at the IUGG General Assembly, J. Geomagn. PEGMATITE REMAGNETIZATION AT ABOUT GA IN THE SOUTHERN THOMPSON NICKEL BELT, FROM PALEOMAGNETISM by M.J. Harris 1, D.T.A each specimen’s natural remanence magnetization (NRM) was the thermal demagnetization intensity curves suggested the presence of fine-grained magnetite with substan-tial remanence decay between and °C.


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Some rockmagnetic parameters for natural goethite, pyrrhotite, and fine-grained hematite = by Marinus Jacobus Dekkers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Grain-size dependent behaviour of such parameters is poorly known for goethite and pyrrhotite as well as for fine-grained hematite. Data of hematite indicate a complex rockmagnetic behaviour.

Marinus Jacobus Dekkers has written: 'Some rockmagnetic parameters for natural goethite, pyrrhotite, and fine-grained hematite' -- subject(s): Goethite, Hematite, Magnetic properties.

M.J DekkersSome rockmagnetic parameters for natural goethite, pyrrhotite and finegrained hematite Ph. thesis, University of Utrecht, Utrecht () Google ScholarCited by: 4.

Identification of magnetic Fe-Ti oxides in marine sediments by electron backscatter diffraction in scanning electron microscopy C. Franke. Some rockmagnetic parameters for natural goethite, pyrrhotite and fine-grained hematite, Geologica Cited by: Fine-grained Goethite as a Precursor for Martian Gray Hematite.

Glotch1, R. Morris2, T. Sharp1, P.R. Christensen1, 1Department pyrrhotite Geological Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ2SR/NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX Introduction: Several isolated deposits of gray, crystalline hematite on Mars were discovered using.

Dekkers, M.J. Magnetic behaviour of natural goethite during thermal demagnetization. Geophys. Res. Letters, 15, Dekkers, M.J. Magnetic properties of natural pyrrhotite, part 1: behaviour of initial susceptibility and saturation-magnetization related rockmagnetic parameters in a grain-size dependent framework.

Phys. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 52 () Elsevier Science Publishers BY., Amsterdam Printed in The Netherlands Magnetic properties of natural pyrrhotite Part I: Behaviour of initial susceptibility and saturation-magnetization-related rock-magnetic parameters in a grain-size dependent framework M.J.

Dekkers Paleomagnetic Laboratory ort Hoofddijk University of Utrecht. 1 INTRODUCTION. Among the various iron oxide phases found in surface environments, goethite and hematite are the most abundant due to their greater stability under oxic conditions (Schwertmann & Cornell ).Because they form through weathering processes at low temperatures, these minerals typically occur as very fine, sub-micron particles in the clay-size fraction of soils and sediments.

Hematite and goethite are the two most abundant iron oxides in soils and sediments from many climatic zones; they are, however, generated in competition with each other 1,2,ore, the ratio of these two minerals is often used to indicate climatic and environmental variation in soil records 4,5 and in marine sediments 6,te and/or goethite growth from precursor ferrihydrite is.

fine-grained soils. synthetic and natural fine-size, single-mineral samples of seven Fe oxides and two hydroxysulfates (goethite, hematite, lepidocrocite, maghemite, ferrihydrite, akaga-ne´ite, feroxyhyte, schwertmannite, and jarosite).

Magne-tite (black) and wu¨stite (a ferrous oxide) were excluded from this study, some of which results are shown in Table 1. Magnetic transition at Kelvin in pyrrhotite: insight into a widespread occurrence of this mineral in rocks concentration down to 10 ppm through the same low-temperature techniques as applied to magnetite and hematite, extended resistance against AF may be encountered in fine grained pyrrhotite.

Introduction. Coarse grained example gabbro if fine grained example is basalt, If coarse grained it is dark in color if fine grained dark to grey nearly black, Pyroxene and other, Basalts have phenocryst, Magnesium and iron rich, but silica poor.

Beneficiation of Camdag iron (oolitic) hematite ore containing limonite-hematite or goethite-limonite using gravity separation and high intensity magnetic separation, increases the grade of ore about % in concentrates with about 60% recovery by both methods (Guney et al., ).

Abouzeid () studied the possibility of using. Fine-grained igneous rocks (grains. pyrrhotite, magnetite, and minor amounts of sphalerite and chalcopyrite. Magnetite together with two types of pyrrhotite deter-mines the magnetic properties of these rock samples.

The first type of pyrrhotite is ferrimagnetic up to °C. X-ray diffraction data are in. Pfeiffer, N.G. Direen & M. Sexton: Exploration under regolith cover, and the problem of remanent magnetism: an example from the Tanami Au province.

minerals (magnetite and pyrrhotite) had been recorded in company drill logs. Optical petrology was undertaken on 38 samples from these intervals; magnetite and pyrrhotite dominate the. ments, hematite and goethite are by far the most com- mon. Although hematite rarely occurs in soils of tem- • (the fine-grained material between the denser particles in Fig.

4a). The first visible change was the formation of denser aggregates times as. Define pentlandite. pentlandite synonyms, pentlandite pronunciation, pentlandite translation, English dictionary definition of pentlandite.

Fine grained nickel and copper sulphides indentified in petrography included pentlandite, millerite and chalcopyrite in association with pyrrhotite and pyrite.-Heron's Nova style nickel-copper sulphide.

Ores of common metals and non-metals: phosphate ore-triphylite, gold ore, silver ore, copper ore, soil conditioner-vermiculite, manganese ore-pyrolusite, lead ore-galena, zinc ore-sphalerite, iron ore-hematite, iron ore-magnetite, aluminum ore-bauxite, molybdenum ore-molybdenite, bryllium ore-beryl, barium ore-barite, fluorine-fluorite, plaster.

Geology Final. Description. Chapter 3. Total Cards. Subject. Geology. Level. Undergraduate 2. Created. 12/10/ Lava is magma on the Earth's surface: Definition. True: Term. Extrusive igneous rocks are typically fine grained because they crystallized slowly, deep below the Earth's surface.

Definition. False: Term. A dike is a.Minerals Lesson # A mineral is a solid material, made of one substance, that occurs naturally on Earth.

Most of the common minerals are made of crystals. A Crystal is a solid formed by a repeating, three-dimensional pattern of atoms, ions, or molecules and having fixed distances between the different parts. Minerals that do not grow in these regular or crystalline patterns are called.Lab 1 Mineral Identification Learn how to identify minerals and what properties can be used to distinguish them.

Sixteen minerals will be used. Students will fill out the mineral charts. Basic Concepts: Mineral: An inorganic, naturally occurring substance that has a characteristic chemical composition, distinctive physical properties, and crystalline structure.