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Numerical Simulation of Fly-Ash Transport in Three Sands of Different Particle-Size Distributions Using Hydrus-1d

References AUSET M., KELLER A. A., 2004: Pore-scale processes that control dispersion of colloids in saturated porous media. Water Resour. Res., 40 , W03503, doi: 10.1029/2003WR002800. BOLSTER C. H., MILLS A. L., HORNBERGER G. M., HERMAN J. S., 1999: Spatial distribution of bacteria experiments in intact cores. Water Resour. Res., 35 , 1797-1807. BOYKO T., SCHOLGER R., STANEK H., 2004. Topsoil magnetic susceptibility mapping as a tool for pollution monitoring: repeatability of in

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Hopkinson Effect Study in Spinel and Hexagonal Ferrites

Hopkinson Effect Study in Spinel and Hexagonal Ferrites

The magnetic susceptibility shows a Hopkinson peak just below the Curie temperature TC when heating the selected hexagonal and spinel ferrite samples. It is proposed that this peak can be associated with a transition from stable magnetic state to super-paramagnetic relaxation above the blocking temperature up to the TC. The Hopkinson effect results are compared with SEM micrographs of both studied hexagonal and spinel ferrites.

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Ranges of protons in biological targets

high energy heavy ions on magnetic susceptibility of soft magnetic metallic glasses”, Acta Physica Polonica A, 2014, vol. 126, no.1, 54-55. [18] M. Miglierini, A. Lančok and M. Pavlovič, ”CEMS studies of structural modifications of metallic glasses by ion bombardment”, The Physics of Metals and Metallography, 2010, vol. 109, no.5, 469-474. [19] V. V. Ovchinnikov, F. F. Makhin’ko, N. V. Gushchina, A. V. Stepanov, A. I. Medvedev, Y. N. Starodubtsev, V. A. Kataev, V. S. Tsepelev and V. Y. Belozerov, ”Effect of ion irradiation on the

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