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IRM Quarterly

The iron that binds: The unexpectedly strong magnetism of high-temperature ceramic cements commonly used in rock magnetic experiments.

photo from www.pxleyes.com

In the latest installment of the IRM Quarterly; A cautionary tale about sample preparation of magnetically weak samples by Evgeniya Khakhalova and Josh M. Feinberg.

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IRM acquires new MFM

A magnetic map of a grain of titanomagnetite from a Mount Saint Helens ash flow. Image by IRM's most recent graduate student Evgeniya Khakhalova.

In the latest installment of the IRM Quarterly, read about our recent acquistion of a new Atomic Force/Magnetic Force Microscope with a high temperature stage (funded by NSF).

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