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On the Separation in the Magnetic Field of Some Lines

1/1/1909· On the Separation in the Magnetic Field of Some Lines Occurring as Doublets and Triplets in Sun-Spot Spectra

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A Guide to Magnetic Separation Eclipse Magnetics

A magnetic separator applies basic magnetic principles to remove ferrous based and paramagnetic metals from a range of substances including powders, granules, liquids, pellets or pastes. They are usually installed within the product stream at key HACCP or inspection points. See our guide to selecting the right Magnetic Separator

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(PDF) Magnetic and Electrostatic Separation IVAN ALEXIS

In this section, the fundamentals of magnetic separation are introduced without detailed explanations of the physics involved. Magnetic Force or Flux DensityIn an electromagnet, an electric charge in motion sets up a magnetic field in the space surrounding it, and a magnetic field exerts a force on an electric charge moving through it.

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Magnetic separation SlideShare

6/16/2013· Paramagnetic Materials Diamagnetic are repelled along the lines of magneticforce to a point where the field intensity is smaller. The forces involved here are very small. Paramagnetic are attracted along the lines ofmagnetic force to points of greater field intensity. Examples of paramagnetic are ilmenite(FeTiO3), pyrrhotite (FeS), and manganese minerals. Some elements are themselves

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Magnetic Separation an overview ScienceDirect Topics

12.5.4 Magnetic Separation Magnetic separations take advantages of natural magnetic properties between minerals in feed. The separation is between economic ore constituents, noneconomic contaminants and gangue. Magnetite and ilmenite can be separated from its nonmagnetic RFM of host rock as valuable product or as contaminants.

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Working principle and application of magnetic separation

Magnetic separation is a versatile technique used in sample preparation for diagnostic purpose. For such application, an external magnetic field is applied to drive the separation of target entity (e.g. bacteria, viruses, parasites and cancer cells) from a complex raw sample in order to ease the subsequent task(s) for disease diagnosis.

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MAGNETIC SEPARATION N. Chakravorty

MAGNETIC SEPARATION N. Chakravorty le Introduction: Magnetic separation employs the difference in magnetic properties of minerals to effect separation between them. The magnetic separation may be for removing ore particles which are magnetic or conversely to remove magnetic impurities from a product which is non-magnetic.

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RESEARCH ON MAGNETIC SORTING AND SEPARATION

2. MAGNETIC SEPARATION Magnets are the oldest aid to separate metals after hand sorting. The removal of magnetic material using permanent magnets has been known for centuries. The first permanent magnets were found in nature and they were used in particular in navigation compasses for many hundreds of years.

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Electromagnet Wikipedia

The magnetic field lines of a current-carrying loop of wire pass through the center of the loop, concentrating the field there The magnetic field generated by passing a current through a coil An electric current flowing in a wire creates a magnetic field around the wire, due to

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Advanced Lab Zeeman Effect:Experiment

Repeat work similar to that conducted in part (2), with reorientation of the magnet. Here you will not want any polarizing filter or quarter-wave plate in the system while measuring the splittings. You should find circular polarization of the lines when the magnetic field is applied. Plot Δλ versus B on the same axes as used for part (2).

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Magnetic Separation an overview ScienceDirect Topics

12.5.4 Magnetic Separation Magnetic separations take advantages of natural magnetic properties between minerals in feed. The separation is between economic ore constituents, noneconomic contaminants and gangue. Magnetite and ilmenite can be separated from its nonmagnetic RFM of host rock as valuable product or as contaminants.

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Working principle and application of magnetic separation

Magnetic separation is a versatile technique used in sample preparation for diagnostic purpose. For such application, an external magnetic field is applied to drive the separation of target entity (e.g. bacteria, viruses, parasites and cancer cells) from a complex raw sample in order to ease the subsequent task (s) for disease diagnosis.

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Magnetic separation : ALS

Magnetic separation exploits the different magnetic properties in ore bodies to retrieve target minerals from gangue. The process utilises the competition between gravitation, centrifugal and friction forces, magnetic forces, and inter-particle attraction or repulsion.

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No. 34. On the separation in the magnetic field of some

No. 34. On the separation in the magnetic field of some lines occurring as doublets and triplets in Sun-spot spectra.

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Chapter 13: Magnetic and Electrical Separation

Paramagnetics are attracted along the lines of magnetic force to points of greater field intensity. Paramagnetic materials can be concentrated in high-intensity magnetic separators. Examples of paramagnetics which are separated in commercial magnetic separators are ilmenite (FeTiO 3), rutile (TiO 2), wolframite ((Fe,...

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Application of magnetic separation-Types of mixtures

Magnetic separation in medicine In medicine, magnetic separation is effectively used to separate mixtures of cells, by means of specific immunomagnetic separators. They are based on ferromagnetic particles (such as steel balls in a polystyrene shell) covered with a

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Rare Cell Separation and Analysis by Magnetic Sorting

In some cases, magnetic separation methods are applied in both these microfluidic and macroscale systems, since magnetic separation can span the range of macro- to microseparations, depending on the magnetic field, its gradient, and the size of the separand. Magnetic separation is also very effective in application to cell separation in microchannels because of the possibility of producing very high

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Methods of Separation Separation Techniques

Magnetic separation Sedimentation is a separation technique in which heavier impurities present in water settle down at the bottom after some time if you keep the mixture still at one place. The heavier constituent which get settled at the bottom is known as sediment

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Drum Separator an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Separation in a drum separator occurs by the “pick-up“ principle, wherein magnetic particles are lifted by the magnets and pinned to the drum and are conveyed out of the field, leaving the nonmagnetics (usually the gangue) in the tailings compartment.

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Advanced Lab Zeeman Effect:Experiment

Repeat work similar to that conducted in part (2), with reorientation of the magnet. Here you will not want any polarizing filter or quarter-wave plate in the system while measuring the splittings. You should find circular polarization of the lines when the magnetic field is applied. Plot Δλ versus B on the same axes as used for part (2).

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