Definition Of remanent

verb

remaining; residual.

However, a related property, the coercivity of remanent hysteresis, which is determinable from the hysteresis loop, has been shown to be an adequate estimator of the coercivity of remanence.

Example Of remanent

  • Acquisition of the intermediate-temperature remanence in the dykes occurred during the greenschist-facies metamorphism, or during cooling at the end of the period of metamorphism and alteration.

  • Coercivity of remanence, the back-field required to reduce a saturation remanence to zero, cannot readily be determined from hysteresis loop measurements and requires separate back-field measurements.

  • Given the lag time between aeolianite deposition and the acquisition of chemical remanent magnetism, the East Naracoorte Range, which is reversely magnetized could actually have a minimum age exceeding 810 ka.

  • However, a related property, the coercivity of remanent hysteresis, which is determinable from the hysteresis loop, has been shown to be an adequate estimator of the coercivity of remanence.

  • Some samples revealed a steep low-temperature natural remanent magnetization component removed by temperatures higher than 150°C.


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