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Magnetic Separation Method Exercises Guide

J. Svoboda, in Encyclopedia of Materials Science and Technology, 2005. 2 Sources of Magnetic Field and Its Gradient in Magnetic Separators. The aim of magnetic separation is to recover or remove particles with sizes ranging from several tens of millimeters down to a fraction of micrometer, with a wide spectrum of magnetic susceptibilities, from ferromagnetic to diamagnetic.

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    J. Svoboda, in Encyclopedia of Materials Science and Technology, 2005. 2 Sources of Magnetic Field and Its Gradient in Magnetic Separators. The aim of magnetic separation is to recover or remove particles with sizes ranging from several tens of millimeters down to a fraction of micrometer, with a wide spectrum of magnetic susceptibilities, from ferromagnetic to diamagnetic.

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