Approximate apparent susceptibilities for rock types

Approximate apparent susceptibilities for rock types

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Approximate "apparent susceptibilities" for rock types
rock apparent magnetic susceptibility (electromagnetic units per cubic centimetre)
iron ores over 0.1
basalt 10−2
andesite 10−3
dacite 10−4
metamorphic rocks 10−4
sedimentary rocks 10−5
Source: From T. Nagata, ed., Rock Magnetism, Maruzen Co., Tokyo (1961).
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