Rock-magnetic and archaeomagnetic investigations on archaeological artifacts from Maharashtra, India
journal contributionposted on 14.01.2020 by K. Deenadayalan, P. B. Gawali, B. V. Lakshmi, Manish Rai
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Figure S1: IRM acquisition curves reveal the presence of soft magnetic mineral saturated between 100 and 300 mT. A few samples, reveal a dominant high coercivity anti-ferromagnetic signal; whereas the remaining samples' IRM curves indicate the occurrence of a low coercivity mineral, perhaps magnetite and/or titano-magnetite.