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Salah, L. M., M. M. Rashad, M. Haroun, M. Rasly, and M. A. Soliman, "Magnetically roll-oriented LaFeO3 nanospheres prepared using oxalic acid precursor method", Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, vol. 26, issue 2, pp. 1045-1052, 2015. lobna.pdf
Salah, L. M., M. M. Rashad, M. Haroun, M. Rasly, and M. A. Soliman, "Magnetically roll-oriented LaFeO3 nanospheres prepared using oxalic acid precursor method", Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, vol. 26, issue 2, pp. 1045-1052, Submitted. lobna.pdf
Eshrah, I. A., and A. A. Kishk, "Magnetic-type dyadic Green's functions for a corrugated rectangular metaguide based on asymptotic boundary conditions", Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 55, no. 6: IEEE, pp. 1124–1131, 2007. Abstract
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Levin, C. S., C. Hofmann, T. A. Ali, A. T. Kelly, E. Morosan, P. Nordlander, K. H. Whitmire, and N. J. Halas, "Magnetic- Plasmonic Core- Shell Nanoparticles", Acs Nano, vol. 3, no. 6: ACS Publications, pp. 1379–1388, 2009. AbstractWebsite

Nanoparticles composed of magnetic cores with continuous Au shell layers simultaneously possess both magnetic and plasmonic properties. Faceted and tetracubic nanocrystals consisting of wüstite with magnetite-rich corners and edges retain magnetic properties when coated with a Au shell layer, with the composite nanostructures showing ferrimagnetic behavior. The plasmonic properties are profoundly influenced by the high dielectric constant of the mixed iron oxide nanocrystalline core. A comprehensive theoretical analysis that examines the geometric plasmon tunability over a range of core permittivities enables us to identify the dielectric properties of the mixed oxide magnetic core directly from the plasmonic behavior of the core−shell nanoparticle.

Essa, K. S., S. M. Sharafeldin, and A. Hesham, "Magnetic, Seismic and Petrophysical Studies For Delineating the Prospects at Ras Fanar, Gulf Of Suez, Egypt", Transylvanian Review, vol. XXV, issue 22, pp. 5859-5873, 2017.
Ramadan, R., M. K. Ahmed, and V. Uskoković, "Magnetic, microstructural and photoactivated antibacterial features of nanostructured Co–Zn ferrites of different chemical and phase compositions", Journal of Alloys and Compounds, vol. 856: Elsevier, pp. 157013, 2021. Abstract
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Khalil, M. H., "Magnetic, geo-electric, and groundwater and soil quality analysis over a landfill from a lead smelter, Cairo, Egypt", Journal of Applied Geophysics, vol. 86: Elsevier, pp. 146-159, 2012. Abstract
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Basha, M. A. F., R. M. M. Morsi, M. M. Morsi, and A. F. Basha, "The Magnetic, Electrical and Optical Properties of Rare Earth Er3+ Doped Lead Borate Glass", Journal of Electronic Materials, vol. 48, issue 10, pp. 6686-6693, 2019.
Ahmed, M. A., N. G. Imam, M. K. Abdelmaksoud, and Y. A. Saeid, "Magnetic transitions and butterfly-shaped hysteresis of Sm-Fe-Al-based perovskite-type orthoferrite, Journal of Rare Earths, ", JOURNAL OF RARE EARTHS, vol. 33, pp. 965-971, 2015. 18-2015.pdf
Ahmed, M. A., N. G. Imam, M. K. Abdelmaksoud, and Y. A. Saeid, "Magnetic transitions and butterfly-shaped hysteresis of Sm-Fe-Al-based perovskite-type orthoferrite", JOURNAL OF RARE EARTHS, vol. Vol. 33, issue , pp. 965., 2016. magnetic_transitions_and_butterfly-shaped_hysteresis_of_sm-fe-al-based.pdf
Mostafa, M.F., S. A. M. M. A., "MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY STUDIES OF ((CH//3)//2CHNH//3)//2CuCl//4.", Physica Status Solidi (A) Applied Research, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 295-297, 1977. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibility of ((CH//3)//2CHNH//3)//2CuCl//4 is measured in the temperature range 340 to 78 K. The susceptibility changes abruptly near the thermochromic temperature of 56 degree C. The compound obeys the Curie-Weiss behavior at high temperatures, but seems to behave like a two-dimensional ferromagnet at lower temperatures. A good fit between experimental and theoretical results is obtained using a Heisenberg ferromagnetic simple quadratic lattice model, this yields a J/K equals 12. 5.

Mostafa, M. F., M. Semary, and M. A. Ahmed, "MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY STUDIES OF ((CH//3)//2CHNH//3)//2CuCl//4.", Physica Status Solidi (A) Applied Research, vol. 41, issue 1, pp. 295 - 297, 1977. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibility of ((CH//3)//2CHNH//3)//2CuCl//4 is measured in the temperature range 340 to 78 K. The susceptibility changes abruptly near the thermochromic temperature of 56 degree C. The compound obeys the Curie-Weiss behavior at high temperatures, but seems to behave like a two-dimensional ferromagnet at lower temperatures. A good fit between experimental and theoretical results is obtained using a Heisenberg ferromagnetic simple quadratic lattice model, this yields a J/K equals 12. 5.

, "Magnetic susceptibility of the two-dimensional Cu2+ complex", Journal of Materials Science, vol. 28, no. 5: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 1289-1292, 1993. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibility behaviour of (m-NO2-C6H4NH3)2 M Cl4-xBrx compounds, where M is Cu2+ and x=0, 1, 2, were studied in the temperature range 300-390 K. The effective magnetic moment, Curie constant and Curie-Weiss constant for Cu2+ were calculated. In addition, the effect of replacing Cl-1 by Br-1 ions in the compounds was studied. Differential scanning calorimeter thermographs were used to check the phase-transition points. © 1993 Chapman & Hall.

, "Magnetic susceptibility of the two-dimensional Cu2+ complex", Journal of Materials Science, vol. 28, no. 5: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 1289-1292, 1993. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibility behaviour of (m-NO2-C6H4NH3)2 M Cl4-xBrx compounds, where M is Cu2+ and x=0, 1, 2, were studied in the temperature range 300-390 K. The effective magnetic moment, Curie constant and Curie-Weiss constant for Cu2+ were calculated. In addition, the effect of replacing Cl-1 by Br-1 ions in the compounds was studied. Differential scanning calorimeter thermographs were used to check the phase-transition points. © 1993 Chapman & Hall.

Mohamed, A. Z., S. S. Saleem, M. A. El-Ghandour, and M. A. Ahmed, "Magnetic susceptibility of the two-dimensional Cu2+ complex", Journal of Materials Science, vol. 28, issue 5: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 1289 - 1292, 1993. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibility behaviour of (m-NO2-C6H4NH3)2 M Cl4-xBrx compounds, where M is Cu2+ and x=0, 1, 2, were studied in the temperature range 300-390 K. The effective magnetic moment, Curie constant and Curie-Weiss constant for Cu2+ were calculated. In addition, the effect of replacing Cl-1 by Br-1 ions in the compounds was studied. Differential scanning calorimeter thermographs were used to check the phase-transition points. © 1993 Chapman & Hall.

Radwan, F.A., A. M. M. A. H., "The magnetic susceptibility of the compounds (CH2)m(NH3)2FeCl4-xBrx (m = 8,9 and x = 0,1 and 2)", Solid State Communications, vol. 84, no. 11, pp. 1047-1049, 1992. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibility of the compounds (CH2)m(NH3)2MCL4-xBrx; (m = 8, 9 and x = 0, 1, 2) are measured in the temperature range from 80 K up to a temperature near the melting point of each sample. The obtained values of the Curie-Weiss constant θ showed that the antiferromagnetic property increases by increasing either the Br-1 ions or the number of carbon atoms in the complex. © 1992.

Radwan, F.A., A. M. M. A. H., "The magnetic susceptibility of the compounds (CH2)m(NH3)2FeCl4-xBrx (m = 8,9 and x = 0,1 and 2)", Solid State Communications, vol. 84, no. 11, pp. 1047-1049, 1992. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibility of the compounds (CH2)m(NH3)2MCL4-xBrx; (m = 8, 9 and x = 0, 1, 2) are measured in the temperature range from 80 K up to a temperature near the melting point of each sample. The obtained values of the Curie-Weiss constant θ showed that the antiferromagnetic property increases by increasing either the Br-1 ions or the number of carbon atoms in the complex. © 1992.

Radwan, F. A., M. A. Ahmed, and H. Mikhail, "The magnetic susceptibility of the compounds (CH2)m(NH3)2FeCl4-xBrx (m = 8,9 and x = 0,1 and 2)", Solid State Communications, vol. 84, issue 11, pp. 1047 - 1049, 1992. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibility of the compounds (CH2)m(NH3)2MCL4-xBrx; (m = 8, 9 and x = 0, 1, 2) are measured in the temperature range from 80 K up to a temperature near the melting point of each sample. The obtained values of the Curie-Weiss constant θ showed that the antiferromagnetic property increases by increasing either the Br-1 ions or the number of carbon atoms in the complex. © 1992.

Ahmed, M.A., R. E. - D. F. A. M. M., "Magnetic susceptibility of the compound (CH2)10(NH3)2FeCl4", Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 67, no. 3, pp. 349-353, 1987. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibility of the compound (CH2)10(NH3)2FeCl4 is measured in the temperature range from liquid nitrogen temperature up to room temperature. The effect of thermal and magnetic history on the data obtained is also discussed. It is shown that the compound is antiferromagnetic with a Néel temperature of 93 K but it appears that the antiferromagnetic intra-layer exchange interaction co-exists with a weak ferromagnetic interlayer interaction. © 1987.

Ahmed, M. A., F. A. Radwan, and M. M. El-Desoky, "Magnetic susceptibility of the compound (CH2)10(NH3)2FeCl4", Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 67, issue 3, pp. 349 - 353, 1987. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibility of the compound (CH2)10(NH3)2FeCl4 is measured in the temperature range from liquid nitrogen temperature up to room temperature. The effect of thermal and magnetic history on the data obtained is also discussed. It is shown that the compound is antiferromagnetic with a Néel temperature of 93 K but it appears that the antiferromagnetic intra-layer exchange interaction co-exists with a weak ferromagnetic interlayer interaction. © 1987.

Mikhail, M., A. M. M. A. I., "Magnetic susceptibility of mercuric iodide", Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, vol. 36, no. 10, pp. 1033-1035, 1975. AbstractWebsite

The molecular diamagnetic susceptibility of mercuric iodide has been measured at room temperature and was found to be 138.6 × 10-6 e.m.u. gm mol for the red tetragonal form. A modified Slater-Angus method gave a satisfactory agreement between the calculated and the experimental results if the bond linking mercury and iodine was assumed to be about 60% covalent. The temperature dependence of the susceptibility of mercuric iodide was also determined. © 1975.

Mikhail, M., M. A. Ahmed, and I. Mekkawy, "Magnetic susceptibility of mercuric iodide", Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, vol. 36, issue 10, pp. 1033 - 1035, 1975. AbstractWebsite

The molecular diamagnetic susceptibility of mercuric iodide has been measured at room temperature and was found to be 138.6 × 10-6 e.m.u. gm mol for the red tetragonal form. A modified Slater-Angus method gave a satisfactory agreement between the calculated and the experimental results if the bond linking mercury and iodine was assumed to be about 60% covalent. The temperature dependence of the susceptibility of mercuric iodide was also determined. © 1975.

Ahmed, M.A., M. M. A., "Magnetic susceptibility of (IPA)2FeCl4, (IBuA)2FeCl4 and (IPA)2CuCl4", Thermochimica Acta, vol. 150, no. 1, pp. 27-31, 1989. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibility of (IPA)2FeCl4, (IBuA)2FeCl4 and (IPA)2CuCl4, where IPA = (CH3)2CHNH+ 3 and IBuA = (CH3)2CHCH2NH+ 3, were measured in the temperature range from 80 K up to a temperature near the melting points of the samples. The results obtained were interpreted in terms of a canted two-dimensional antiferromagnet. The variation of the magnetic susceptibility with the change in the composition was also discussed. © 1989.