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Identification of magnetite and hematite in rocks

The method of identification has revealed the presence of hematite in a lightly metamorphosed red sediment and of magnetite in a red sediment baked by an igneous intrusion and in a red arkose, but neither coarse hematite nor magnetite has yet been found in unmetamorphosed red sandstones. The detection of both hematite and magnetite by this method is limited by the dependence of the magnetic

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Hematite vs. magnetite as the signature for planetary ...

magnetite is commonly assumed as the source, since it has a much greater magnetic susceptibility, when compared with other magnetic minerals. We investigated the thermoremanent magnetization TRM acquisition of hematite to determine if the remanent and . induced magnetization of hematite could compete with magnetite in weak magnetic fields up to 1 mT. TRM acquisition

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Identifying and distinguishing hematite and

Identifying and distinguishing hematite and magnetite with Timegated® Raman. Distinguishing different iron oxides can be vital in various mining and metallurgy applications as different iron oxides have varied physical and chemical properties. These dissimilar properties can cause differences in industrial processes (e.g. sintering and pelletization)[1]. It might also be vital to identify and gather information

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Magnetic analysis of commercial hematite,

IRM demagnetization curves, however, were able to identify hematite when magnetite coexisted in higher concentrations, since hematite can maintain its contribution to remanence more than spontaneous magnetization. The distribution peak related to magnetite in the IRM curves of mixtures is linearly additive whereas that of hematite is not because magnetite’s remanence is mostly controlled by its magnetization

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Types of Iron Ore: Hematite vs. Magnetite INN

29.06.2018  For that reason, hematite ore is important for many mining companies.As Australia’s Magnetite Network explains, “[d]irect shipping ores, when

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(PDF) Reduction roasting of hematite to

01.05.2017  The magnetite formed by the reaction has a Curie temperature of 565 °C. Both magnetite and hematite are present in all transformed samples. Saturation magnetization increases to ~

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Transformation of magnetite to hematite and its

The difference in volume created by the transformation of magnetite to hematite and the shear stress acting on the interphase boundaries allow fluids to migrate along these planes. The dissolution of magnetite involves the hydrolyzation of the Fe 2+ —O bonds at

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Vibrational Spectroscopic Characterization of Hematite ...

This leads to the rejection of a residual magnetite presence as the source of the 660 cm-1 peak and the assignment of the 660 cm-1 peak to the Raman forbidden, IR active longitudinal optical (LO) E u mode of hematite that occurs at the same frequency. This mode is thought to be activated by disorder within the hematite crystal lattice (15). This

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Hematite vs. magnetite as the signature for planetary ...

magnetite is commonly assumed as the source, since it has a much greater magnetic susceptibility, when compared with other magnetic minerals. We investigated the thermoremanent magnetization TRM acquisition of hematite to determine if the remanent and . induced magnetization of hematite could compete with magnetite in weak magnetic fields up to 1 mT. TRM acquisition

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Identifying and distinguishing hematite and

Identifying and distinguishing hematite and magnetite with Timegated® Raman. Distinguishing different iron oxides can be vital in various mining and metallurgy applications as different iron oxides have varied physical and chemical properties. These dissimilar properties can cause differences in industrial processes (e.g. sintering and pelletization)[1]. It might also be vital to identify and gather information

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Hematite ( α -Fe 2 O 3 ) quantification in

15.06.2020  Magnetic quantification of hematite, therefore, needs to meet the challenge of detecting hematite when it co-occurs with minerals like magnetite. The weak spontaneous magnetization of hematite also belies its environmental importance because its mass far exceeds that of magnetite in many natural environments. Below, we review briefly the main magnetic proxies used to estimate the

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MAGNETITE AND ITS TRANSFORMATION TO HEMATITE IN A

measurements. Nearly stoichiometric and well-crystallized magnetite was the only magnetic mineral actually detected. The cubic unit cell parameter of the fresh rock magnetite was found to be ao= 0.8407(5)nm. Hematite (hexagonal cell;a = 0.5036(3)nm, c= 1.375(4)nm) was detected in the altered rock and in the sand-soil and silt-soil fractions. Magnetite is assumed to transform into hematite

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(PDF) Reduction roasting of hematite to

The magnetite formed by the reaction has a Curie temperature of 565 °C. Both magnetite and hematite are present in all transformed samples. Saturation magnetization increases to ~ 50 Am²/kg for the...

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Supergene modification of magnetite and

01.08.2019  Spectral data in each ternary plot are coloured by a fourth parameter, including (a) goethite/hematite ratio as detected by the HyLogger, (b) Fe total, (c) SiO 2, and (d) P. High-grade iron zones in BIF are defined by low quartz abundance and a combination of higher magnetite and ferric oxide abundances relative to least-altered BIFs. Rocks with higher ferric oxide mineral abundance contain

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Mechanism and kinetics of hydrothermal

01.01.2019  Otake et al., 2007, Otake et al., 2010 conducted a series of laboratory experiments to investigate the processes of non-redox transformation of magnetite to hematite, and hematite to magnetite, both under H 2-rich hydrothermal conditions at 150 °C. Their results suggest that non-redox transformations between hematite and magnetite occur in various hydrothermal systems, particularly

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Magnetism of Al‐substituted magnetite

In addition, micropores have been detected on the surfaces of magnetite produced by reduction of hematite ore at high temperature [Swann and Tighe, 1977]. Wolska [ 1981 ] proposed that most of the hematite produced in aqueous systems contains some structural OH and/or H 2 O combined with Fe vacancies, which could be removed by high‐temperature heating [ Schwertmann et al ., 1999 ;

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Magnetite forrnation by the reduction of hematite with ...

Magnetite forrnation by the reduction of hematite with iron under hydrothermal conditions Ar-lN Mnrrnnws Department of Geology, Hebrew Uniuersity Jerusalem, Israel Abstract The formation of magnetite by the reduction of hematite with iron in the presence of aqueous solution at 350-570"C, 1-2 kbar pressure, takes place by two reactions: (l) the oxidation of iron metal with water, and (2) the ...

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Minerals Free Full-Text Maghemite in Brazilian

Maghemite is thus easily misidentified as magnetite by Χ-ray diffraction and/or as hematite by spot chemical analysis in iron ore characterization routines. Nonstoichiometric magnetite could be quantified in samples of Brazilian soils and iron ores by the Rietveld method using a

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Magnetic analysis of commercial hematite,

The magnetic results of mixtures reveal that it is very difficult to identify hematite magnetic signals by means of hysteresis loops, FORCs, or thermal demagnetization when even a small amount of magnetite (>5 wt%) is present due to magnetite's high specific magnetization.

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MAGNETITE AND ITS TRANSFORMATION TO HEMATITE IN A

measurements. Nearly stoichiometric and well-crystallized magnetite was the only magnetic mineral actually detected. The cubic unit cell parameter of the fresh rock magnetite was found to be ao= 0.8407(5)nm. Hematite (hexagonal cell;a = 0.5036(3)nm, c= 1.375(4)nm) was detected in the altered rock and in the sand-soil and silt-soil fractions. Magnetite is assumed to transform into hematite

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Study on emission spectral lines of hematite and

In this paper, we propose using emission spectra to investigate the purity of hematite (α -Fe 2 O 3) and magnetite (Fe 3 O 4). We used an infrared beam (wavelength of 1064 nm) from a pulsed laser to obtain emission spectra of the α -Fe 2 O 3 and Fe 3 O 4 for two different purities (99.99% and 96%) ranging from visible to near-infrared regions.

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(PDF) Reduction roasting of hematite to

The magnetite formed by the reaction has a Curie temperature of 565 °C. Both magnetite and hematite are present in all transformed samples. Saturation magnetization increases to ~ 50 Am²/kg for the...

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Magnetite forrnation by the reduction of hematite with ...

The reduction of hematite to magnetite at elevated temperatures and pressures in the presence of water can be represented by the equation: 3 FerO, * H, = 2 FesOo + HrO (l) Magnetite can also be formed at high temperatures in the presence of water by the reduction of hematite with iron metal. The reaction can be expressed by the equation:

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(PDF) Aeromagnetic detection of diagenetic

There is evidence that about 15% of the magnetite is converted to hematite by the shock process. In summary, the shock-modified ferrite powders show major changes in their magnetic characteristics ...

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Magnetism of Al‐substituted magnetite

In addition, micropores have been detected on the surfaces of magnetite produced by reduction of hematite ore at high temperature [Swann and Tighe, 1977]. Wolska [ 1981 ] proposed that most of the hematite produced in aqueous systems contains some structural OH and/or H 2 O combined with Fe vacancies, which could be removed by high‐temperature heating [ Schwertmann et al ., 1999 ;

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Spectroscopic Studies of Mössbauer, Infrared, and Laser ...

indicate the presence of uniformly dispersed hematite and magnetite. In particular, hematite-like peaks are predominantly present in the pattern of ore (a) at 2θ = 21, 33, and 50°, accompanied by a remarkable peak of quartz at 2θ =26°.A small peak at 2θ =24° is also present; we attributed this peak to FePO 4 in the hematite-like matrix. This peak was not

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Raman study of magnetite (Fe3O4): laser-induced thermal ...

sampled spot and the degree of oxidation of magnetite were accurately established. In the course of the oxidation of the single crystal of magnetite, the first characteristic features of hematite appear at about 300 and 410 cm−1, at a temperature close to 240 C. This may explain the

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Minerals Free Full-Text Maghemite in Brazilian

Maghemite (γ-Fe2O3) is a mineral formed from magnetite oxidation at low temperatures, an intermediate metastable term of the magnetite to hematite oxidation and could be mixed with both. It has magnetic susceptibility similar to magnetite, crystal structure close to magnetite with which it forms a solid solution, while compositionally it equals hematite. Maghemite is thus easily misidentified as magnetite by Χ-ray

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(PDF) Hematite vs. magnetite as the signature

magnetite we demonstrate that hematite may control If the oxygen fugacity and mineral composition the remanent magnetization, even if the rock con- allows hematite–magnetite assemblage to be formed, tains an order of magnitude greater amount of mag- hematite minerals can provide dominant control over netite than hematite. the distribution of magnetic anomalies by their TRM. This was the case ...

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Study on emission spectral lines of hematite and

In summary, we used the spectroscopy technique to evaluate the purity concentration for two iron oxides, namely, hematite (α-Fe 2 O 3) and magnetite (Fe 3 O 4). Two different purities were tested here. We found that hematite at 99.99% purity exhibited an average FWHM value of 0.15 nm, while for the hematite at 96% purity, we found an average FWHM value of 0.17 nm. For the magnetite, we found that for

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Magnetite forrnation by the reduction of hematite with ...

The reduction of hematite to magnetite at elevated temperatures and pressures in the presence of water can be represented by the equation: 3 FerO, * H, = 2 FesOo + HrO (l) Magnetite can also be formed at high temperatures in the presence of water by the reduction of hematite with iron metal. The reaction can be expressed by the equation:

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Characterising Magnetic Susceptibility and Remanent ...

R²=0.81 for hematite. A lower detection limit of 7 wt% hematite was identified when characterising susceptibilities associated with hematite using this method. Low temperature measurements identified Verwey transition for magnetite at - 153ºC and note that the Morin transition (-14ºC) for hematite in the Blötberget samples was supressed by -60ºC (Fig. 5), or missing. The degree of ...

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Magnetic properties of hematite in lava flows

Both magnetite and hematite appeared to retain their primary directions of magnetization to the bottom of the laumontite zeolite zone even though Ti had migrated out of the lattices. If field-controlled chemical remanent magnetization is not produced during Ti migration, then seafloor basalts undergoing the same processes may also faithfully retain primary directions of remanence. Below 3.1 km ...

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Control of Earth-like magnetic fields on the ...

26.07.2016  Ferrihydrite was aged at 95 °C in magnetic fields ranging from ~0 to ~100 μT. Our results indicate a large influence of the applied magnetic field on hematite and goethite growth from ferrihydrite....

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Control of Earth-like magnetic fields on the ...

26.07.2016  Hematite and goethite are the two most abundant iron oxides in natural environments. Their formation is controlled by multiple environmental factors; therefore, their relative concentration has been used widely to indicate climatic variations. In this study, we aimed to test whether hematite and goethite growth is influenced by ambient magnetic fields of Earth-like values. Ferrihydrite was aged at 95 °C in

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Magnetic properties of iron minerals produced by

The cooling limb has only two inflections, at ∼670 and 570 °C, which are the diagnostic Curie temperatures of hematite and magnetite, respectively (e.g. Dunlop Özdemir 1997). The magnetization decrease at 620 °C during warming most likely corresponds to the Curie temperature of maghemite. Maghemite is a thermally unstable phase that converts to hematite on heating. Reported values for ...

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Raman study of magnetite (Fe3O4): laser-induced thermal ...

sampled spot and the degree of oxidation of magnetite were accurately established. In the course of the oxidation of the single crystal of magnetite, the first characteristic features of hematite appear at about 300 and 410 cm−1, at a temperature close to 240 C. This may explain the

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Magnetite or ??? - ROCKS, MINERALS and

Given the magnetic properties, It could be an impure specimen of hematite and magnetite. Sometimes you see a mixture of two minerals within the same specimen, esp iron minerals. The dark gray or black streak of magnetite and the reddish brown streak of hematite would produce a

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