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Magnetic properties of metal-substituted haematite

Unusual thermomagnetic behaviour of haematites: neoformation of a highly magnetic spinel phase on heating in air

Low‐temperature behaviour of haematite: susceptibility and magnetization increase on cycling through the Morin transition

Haematite pigmentation events and palaeomagnetic recording: implications from the Pilbara Print Stone, Western Australia

Thermal magnetic behaviour of Al-substituted haematite mixed with clay minerals and its geological significance

Magnetic enhancement upon heating of environmentally polluted samples containing haematite and iron

Mineral magnetic properties of artificial samples systematically mixed from haematite and magnetite

Thermomagnetic behaviour of haematite and goethite as a function of grain size in various non-saturating magnetic fields

Laboratory depositional and compaction-caused inclination errors carried by haematite and their implications in identifying inclination error of natural remanence in red beds

The lepidocrocite–maghemite–haematite reaction chain—I. Acquisition of chemical remanent magnetization by maghemite, its magnetic properties and thermal stability

A method for the separation of paramagnetic, ferrimagnetic and haematite magnetic subfabrics using high-field torque magnetometry

Detrital remanent magnetization in haematite-bearing Neoproterozoic Puga cap dolostone, Amazon craton: a rock magnetic and SEM study

 

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A mineral form of iron(III) oxide, Fe2O3. It is the most important ore of iron and usually occurs in two main forms: as a massive red kidney-shaped ore (kidney ore) and as grey to black metallic crystals known as specular iron ore. Haematite is the major red colouring agent in rocks; the largest deposits are of sedimentary origin. In industry haematite is also used as a polishing agent (jeweller's rouge) and in paints.

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