Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth


Frontiers in Rock Magmatism and Domain Theory-Basic and Applied

Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth

Kittel [1946], then of the erstwhile Bell Laboratories, predicted that magnetization reversal in small uniformly magnetized, or single-domain particles will occur only if a large negative magnetic field (BC2 mT) was applied. In other words, once magnetically saturated and left in the ambient Earth's magnetic field, the single-domain (SD) particles would exhibit high values of magnetic remanence, as well as high coercive forces.


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