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ilmenite

ilmenite

Nanoscale haematite–ilmenite lamellae in massive ilmenite rock: an example of ‘lamellar magnetism’ with implications for planetary magnetic anomalies

The dynamics of magnetic ordering in a natural hemo-ilmenite solid solution

Crystallographic—magnetic correlations in single-crystal haemo-ilmenite: new evidence for lamellar magnetism

Thorium in ilmenite and its radiological implications in the production of titanium dioxide

Chemical and magnetic properties of rapidly cooled metastable ferri-ilmenite solid solutions: implications for magnetic self-reversal and exchange bias—I. Fe-Ti order transition in quenched synthetic ilmenite 61

On the reliability of AMS in ilmenite-type granites: an insight from the Marimanha pluton, central Pyrenees

The Titanomagnetite–Ilmenite Equilibrium: New Experimental Data and Thermo-oxybarometric Application to the Crystallization of Basic to Intermediate Rocks†

Ilmenite as a Source for Zirconium during High-grade Metamorphism? Textural Evidence from the Caledonides of Western Norway and Implications for Zircon Geochronology

Chemical and magnetic properties of rapidly cooled metastable ferri-ilmenite solid solutions – IV: the fine structure of self-reversed thermoremanent magnetization

Influence of lattice-preferred orientation with respect to magnetizing field on intensity of remanent magnetization in polycrystalline hemo-ilmenite

Lamellar magnetism and exchange bias in billion-year-old titanohematite with nanoscale ilmenite exsolution lamellae: I. Mineral and magnetic characterization

Magnetic mean-field modelling of solid solutions: theoretical foundations and application to the hematite–ilmenite system

Chemical and magnetic properties of rapidly cooled metastable ferri-ilmenite solid solutions: implications for magnetic self-reversal and exchange bias-II. Chemical changes during quench and annealing

Chemical and magnetic properties of rapidly cooled metastable ferri-ilmenite solid solutions: implications for magnetic self-reversal and exchange bias—III. Magnetic interactions in samples produced by Fe–Ti ordering

 

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Mineral, FeTiO3; sp. gr. 4.5–5.0; hardness 5–6; trigonal; black; black to brownish-red streak; sub-metallic lustre; crystals normally thick and tabular, but often massive and compact; no cleavage; magnetic; occurs as an accessory mineral in igneous rocks, e.g. gabbro and diorite, in quartz veins and pegmatites, in gneisses, in association with hematite and chalcopyrite, and because it is resistant to weathering it occurs extensively in alluvial deposits with magnetite, monazite, and rutile. It is used as a source of iron and titanium. The name is derived from that of the Ilmen Mountains, Russia.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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