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Elemental composition of surface soils in Nature Park Shumen Plateau and Shumen City, Bulgaria

.1016/0048-9697(95)04785-9 [8.] Djingova, R.; Wagner, G.; Kuleff, I., Screening of heavy metal pollution in Bulgaria using Populus nigra ‘Italica’, Sci Total Environ, 1999 , 234 :175-184. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10507156 [9]. Cervi, E.C.; Saraiva da Costa, A.C.; Granemann de Souza Junior, I., Magnetic susceptibility and the spatial variability of heavy metals in soils developed on basalt, Journal of Applied Geophysics , 2014 , 111 :377-383. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jappgeo.2014.10.024 [10]. Citterio, S.; Aina, R.; Labra, M.; Ghiani, A.; Fumagalli, P

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Lamprophyric rock locations in Greece

. Evidence from mineralogical, spectroscopic and geochemical data in tourmaline-rich fault-related rocks. MSc Thesis, University of Athens, Athens, Greece, 87 p Zananiri, I. (2004). Contribution to the study of the geotectonic evolution of the Rhodope massif with the application of magnetic methods (AMS Anisotropy of Magnetic Susceptibility) in granitic rocks. PhD Thesis. University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece, 255 p. [in Greek] Zouzias, D. (2011). Sustainable Development of the Nisyros volcano and new volcanological characteristic data of the broader

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Late Miocene sedimentary record of the Danube/Kisalföld Basin: interregional correlation of depositional systems, stratigraphy and structural evolution

., London, Spec. Publ. 156, 1, 357-390. Schmid P. & Tari G. 2015: The Pannonian Basin in Austria. Guidebook for geological excursion organised by ÖMV for AAPG Student Chapters, Manuscript. ÖMV Austria, 1-22. Sipos-Benkő K., Márton E., Fodor L. & Pethe M. 2014: An integrated magnetic susceptibility anisotropy (AMS) and structural geological study on Cenozoic clay-rich sediments from the Transdanubian Range. Central European Geology 57, 1, 21-52. Steininger F.F., Seneš J., Kleemann K. & Rögl F. 1985: Neogene of the

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The Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary and high resolution biostratigraphy of the pelagic sequences of the kurovice section (Outer Western Carpathians, the northern Tethyan margin)

. Geol. Carpath. 61, 4, 309–326. Grabowski J., Schnyder J., Sobień K., Koptíková L., Krzemiński L., Pszczółkowski A., Hejnar E. & Schnabl P. 2013: Magnetic susceptibility and spectral gamma logs in the Tithonian–Berriasian pelagic carbonates in the Tatra Mts. (Western Carpathians, Poland): Palaeoenvironmental changes at the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary. Cretaceous Res. 43, 1–17. Grabowski J., Haas J., Stoykova K., Wierzbowski H. & Brański P. 2017: Environmental changes around Jurassic/Cretaceous transition: New nannofossil, chemostratigraphic and stable

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First principle calculation of structural, electronic and elastic properties of rare earth nitride

, which decreases steadily along with the series corresponding to the fillings of the 4f-orbitals. CeN has some unusual properties compared with the other rare-earth nitrides. It shows mixed valence behavior. The pressure induced structural phase transition of CeN is an interesting topic of research. Very little theoretical or experimental work has been reported on the structural and electronic properties of CeN. Danan et al. [ 5 ] studied the temperature dependence of lattice constant and magnetic susceptibility of CeN. Bulk calculations of CeN have been performed by

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Integrated bio- and cyclostratigraphy of Middle Triassic (Anisian) ramp deposits, NW Bulgaria

-resolution cyclostratigraphic analysis from magnetic susceptibility in a Lower Kimmeridgian (Upper Jurassic) marl-limestone succession (La Méouge, Vocontian Basin, France). Sediment. Geol. 203, 54–63. Budai T. & Vörös A. 2006: Middle Triassic platform and basin evolution of the Southern Bakony Mountains (Transdanubian Range, Hungary). Riv. Ital. Paleont. S. 112, 359–371. Budurov K. 1976: Die triassischen Conodonten des Ostbalkans. Geologica Balc. 6, 2, 95–104. Budurov K. 1980: Conodont Stratigraphy of the Balkanide Triassic. Riv. Ital. Paleont. 85, 3–4, 767

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Charcoal in alluvium of mountain streams in the Bieszczady Mountains (Polish Carpathians) as a carrier of information on the local palaeoenvironment

Jose-phine era in the light of an official survey from year 1783). Akad. Umiej. w Krakowie: 1–440 (in Polish). [82] Tunia K, 1986. Z problematyki środowiskowych uwarunkowań gospo-darki pasterskiej na terenie górskiej strefy polskich Karpat Za-chodnich (On the environmental conditions of pastorial economy in the mountain zone of the Polish Western Carpathians). Acta Ar-chaeologica Carpathica 25: 219–230 (in Polish). [83] Vanniere B, Bossuet G and Gauthier E, 2000. Mineral magnetic suscep-tibility and palynological

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Structural properties of hypothetical CeBa2Cu3O7 compound from LSDA+DMFT calculations

among the other rare-earths substituting for Y in the R123 family of compounds for one more reason. Cerium metal with a single electron in the f shell is a classic example of an electronic transition induced by temperature and/or pressure. At temperatures less than 600 K and pressures less than 2 GPa, it undergoes a transition between two isostructural phases, a high-pressure α phase and a low-pressure γ phase. Noteworthy, the high-temperature γ phase has approximately 15 % larger volume and displays a Curie-Weisslike temperature dependence of the magnetic

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Temperature study of magnetic resonance spectra of co-modified (Co,N)-TiO2 nanocomposites

calculated the temperature dependence of the integrated intensity, I int = A pp (ΔH pp ) 2 , where A pp is the peak-to-peak amplitude and AH pp is the peak-to-peak linewidth, for all investigated (nCo,N-TiO 2 ) samples [ 40 ]. The integrated intensity is proportional to the magnetic susceptibility (at microwave frequency) of magnetic species participating in magnetic resonance. As an example, Fig. 7 shows the temperature dependence of the integrated intensity of centers A and B measured for 5Co,N-TiO 2 nanocomposite. It is clearly seen that the temperature behavior

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Penetrative convection due to absorption of radiation in a magnetic nanofluid saturated porous layer

. The term M 0 and χ are the constant mean value of magnetization and tangent magnetic susceptibility respectively. The parameters χ and χ2 (chord magnetic susceptibility) can be estimated by using the Langevin parameter as α L = m H 0 k B T 0 = { □     1 ,         χ = M s m 3 k B T 0 ,   χ 2 = χ □     1 ,         χ = M s m k B T 0 L ′ ( α L ) ,   χ 2 = M s T

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