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blocking temperatureの例文

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  • It has a high blocking temperature, is resistant to mechanical weathering and is chemically inert.
  • In the ideal sample, the PDC did not raise the temperature of the fragment beyond the highest blocking temperature.
  • Another common source of anisotropy, inverse magnetostriction, is induced by internal blocking temperature at which a transition to superparamagnetism occurs.
  • The age that can be calculated by radiometric dating is thus the time at which the rock or mineral cooled to blocking temperature.
  • The temperature at which this happens is known as the closure temperature or blocking temperature and is specific to a particular material and isotopic system.
  • This temperature is what is known as blocking temperature and represents the temperature below which the mineral is a closed system to measurable diffusion of isotopes.
  • In this regard, they are contrasted with single-molecule magnets, which are essentially superparamagnets ( displaying a blocking temperature versus a true critical temperature ).
  • The temperature at or above which an antiferromagnetic layer loses its ability to " pin " the magnetization direction of an adjacent ferromagnetic layer is called the blocking temperature of that layer and is usually lower than the N閑l temperature.
  • As the rock continues to cool, there is a critical temperature at which the magnetic anisotropy becomes large enough to keep the moment from wandering : this temperature is called the " blocking temperature " and referred to by the symbol T _ B.
  • The temperature was raised above the lowest blocking temperature and therefore some minerals on recooling acquired the magnetism of the Earth as it was in 79 AD . The overall field of the sample was the vector sum of the fields of the high-blocking material and the low-blocking material.