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magnetic susceptibility

An MRI term for the extent to which a tissue becomes magnetised when placed within a magnetic field. Magnetic susceptibility disparity at tissue boundaries are a well-known cause of MRI artefact.
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Magnetic susceptibility of concentrated ferrocolloids.
The obtained models of simulated rock types of the post-orogenic Taadikvere and anorogenic Abja and Sigula-like lithologies produced the best-matched models for the Luusika potential field anomaly as their density and magnetic susceptibility are comparable to those of the Luusika source body.
The measurements of magnetic susceptibility as a function of temperature indicated the paramagnetic feature of this complex perovskite material.
The LH and its metal complexes have been synthesized and characterized by Infrared, proton-NMR, carbon-NMR spectra, elemental analyses, electronic spectra, magnetic susceptibility measurements, thermo gravimetric analyses, scanning electron microscope and cyclic voltammetry.
Thus, the interaction of electromagnetic waves with single-phase multiferroic materials the electric susceptibility ([[chi].sub.e]) and magnetic susceptibility ([[chi].sub.m]) are densities of their dipoles related to the interaction with each other through their magnetic (M) and electric (P) fields, respectively.
In QSM applications, quantification of magnetic susceptibility in absolute terms is becoming increasingly important, and extensive validation is thus warranted.
In order to determine the porosity and mineralogy of rocks, one can use two physical properties: electrical resistivity and magnetic susceptibility [21, 22].
The magnetic susceptibility carried out on single crystals revealed that the title compounds were paramagnetic between 5 and 300 K.
All samples were packed individually into cubical boxes of 8 [cm.sup.3] and measured using a Bartington magnetic susceptibility meter (MS2) and dual frequency sensor (MS2B).
(1) To study the magnetization and magnetic susceptibility, we obtain that the critical temperature of the system is [T.sub.c] = 2.3075, [+ or -] 0.00852 and the critical length of the correlation length is v = 1.
Two groups of rocks were used in the modeling, the first composed by igneous rocks taken from the basement of the basin, with an average magnetic susceptibility of 13x[10.sup.-3] SI, while the second group includes the sedimentary rocks taken from the basin presented an average magnetic susceptibility of 0 SI.
In many cases, however, EMI data is equally affected by magnetic susceptibility and electrical conductivity.