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Mehanee, S. A., K. S. Essa, and Z. A. Diab, "Magnetic data interpretation using a new R-parameter imaging method with application to mineral exploration", Natural Resources Research, vol. 30, issue 1, pp. 77-95, 2021. natural_resources_research_2.pdf
Mehanee, S., K. S. Essa, and Z. E. Diab, "Magnetic data interpretation using a new R-parameter imaging method with application to mineral exploration", Natural Resources Research, vol. 30, issue 1, pp. 77-94, 2021.
Essa, K. S., and Z. E. Diab, "Magnetic data interpretation for 2D dikes by the metaheuristic bat algorithm: sustainable development cases", Scientific Reports, vol. 12 , issue 14206, 2022.
Elrefai, A. L., T. Sasayama, T. Yoshida, and K. Enpuku, Magnetic Core-Size Distribution of Magnetic Nanoparticles Estimated From Magnetization, AC Susceptibility, and Relaxation Measurements, , vol. 53, issue 11: IEEE, pp. 1 - 5, 2017. Abstract
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Tawfik, A. M., O. M. Shalabiea, M. S. El-Nawawy, and T. Yamamoto, "Magnetic components of upstream three second waves", AIP Conference Proceedings, vol. 748, no. 1: AIP, pp. 428–434, 2005. Abstract
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Tawfik, A. M., O. M. Shalabiea, M. S. El‐Nawawy1, and T. Yamamoto, "Magnetic components of upstream three second waves", AIP Conference Proceedings, vol. 748, issue 1, pp. 428, 2005. magnetic_components_of_upstream_three_second_waves.pdf
Mohamed Shaker Salem, P. Sergelius, R. Zierold, J. M. M. Moreno, D. Görlitz, and K. Nielsch, "Magnetic characterization of nickel-rich NiFe nanowires grown by pulsed electrodeposition", Journal of Materials Chemistry, vol. 22, issue 17: Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 8549-8557, 2012. Abstract
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Ahmed, M.A., E. L. - S. M. M., "Magnetic characterization and thermoelectric power of Ni1-yZny Cu0.3Fe1.7 O4; 0.0≤y≤0.6", Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 308, no. 1, pp. 40-45, 2007. AbstractWebsite

Samples of Ni1-yZnyCu0.3Fe1.7O4; 0.0≤y≤0.6 were prepared by the solid state reaction method. X-ray investigations were carried out in order to assure the formation of the samples in single spinel phase. The analysis of X-ray data shows that the unit cell parameter increases with increasing Zn concentration and ascribed to the variation of the predicted cation distribution. Seebeck coefficient measurements were performed to know the type of charge carriers participating in the conduction mechanism. The magnetic susceptibility for the prepared samples was measured using Faraday's method at different temperatures as a function of the magnetic field intensity. The magnetic parameters were calculated from the magnetic susceptibility data, in the temperature range (300-800 K) at three different magnetic field intensities of (1280, 1733 and 2160 Oe). The effective magnetic moment (μeff) showed that, the critical Zn content was y = 0.2. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Ahmed, M.A., E. L. - S. M. M., "Magnetic characterization and thermoelectric power of Ni1-yZny Cu0.3Fe1.7 O4; 0.0≤y≤0.6", Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 308, no. 1, pp. 40-45, 2007. AbstractWebsite

Samples of Ni1-yZnyCu0.3Fe1.7O4; 0.0≤y≤0.6 were prepared by the solid state reaction method. X-ray investigations were carried out in order to assure the formation of the samples in single spinel phase. The analysis of X-ray data shows that the unit cell parameter increases with increasing Zn concentration and ascribed to the variation of the predicted cation distribution. Seebeck coefficient measurements were performed to know the type of charge carriers participating in the conduction mechanism. The magnetic susceptibility for the prepared samples was measured using Faraday's method at different temperatures as a function of the magnetic field intensity. The magnetic parameters were calculated from the magnetic susceptibility data, in the temperature range (300-800 K) at three different magnetic field intensities of (1280, 1733 and 2160 Oe). The effective magnetic moment (μeff) showed that, the critical Zn content was y = 0.2. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Ahmed, M.A., E. L. - S. M. M., "Magnetic characterization and thermoelectric power of Ni1-yZny Cu0.3Fe1.7 O4; 0.0≤y≤0.6", Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 308, no. 1, pp. 40-45, 2007. AbstractWebsite

Samples of Ni1-yZnyCu0.3Fe1.7O4; 0.0≤y≤0.6 were prepared by the solid state reaction method. X-ray investigations were carried out in order to assure the formation of the samples in single spinel phase. The analysis of X-ray data shows that the unit cell parameter increases with increasing Zn concentration and ascribed to the variation of the predicted cation distribution. Seebeck coefficient measurements were performed to know the type of charge carriers participating in the conduction mechanism. The magnetic susceptibility for the prepared samples was measured using Faraday's method at different temperatures as a function of the magnetic field intensity. The magnetic parameters were calculated from the magnetic susceptibility data, in the temperature range (300-800 K) at three different magnetic field intensities of (1280, 1733 and 2160 Oe). The effective magnetic moment (μeff) showed that, the critical Zn content was y = 0.2. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Ahmed, M. A., and M. M. EL-Sayed, "Magnetic characterization and thermoelectric power of Ni1-yZny Cu0.3Fe1.7 O4; 0.0≤y≤0.6", Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 308, issue 1, pp. 40 - 45, 2007. AbstractWebsite

Samples of Ni1-yZnyCu0.3Fe1.7O4; 0.0≤y≤0.6 were prepared by the solid state reaction method. X-ray investigations were carried out in order to assure the formation of the samples in single spinel phase. The analysis of X-ray data shows that the unit cell parameter increases with increasing Zn concentration and ascribed to the variation of the predicted cation distribution. Seebeck coefficient measurements were performed to know the type of charge carriers participating in the conduction mechanism. The magnetic susceptibility for the prepared samples was measured using Faraday's method at different temperatures as a function of the magnetic field intensity. The magnetic parameters were calculated from the magnetic susceptibility data, in the temperature range (300-800 K) at three different magnetic field intensities of (1280, 1733 and 2160 Oe). The effective magnetic moment (μeff) showed that, the critical Zn content was y = 0.2. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Essa, K. S., H. Ai, Y. L. Ekinci, Ç. Balkaya, H. Li, and Y. Géraud, "Magnetic anomaly inversion through the novel barnacles mating optimization algorithm", Scientific Reports, vol. 12, pp. 22578, 2022.
Essa, K. S., E. A. Abo-Ezz, Y. Géraud, M. Diraison, and A. B. Reid, "Magnetic anomaly interpretation for a 2D fault-like geologic structures utilizing the global particle swarm method", Journal of King Saud University - Science, vol. 35, issue 11, pp. 102989, 2023. journal_of_king_saud_university_-_science_1.pdf
Essa, K. S., and G. Kletetschka, "Magnetic anomalies on Mars are deep seated", Meteoritics & Planetary Science, vol. 50, pp. A122, 2015.
Basha, M. A. F., "Magnetic and optical studies on polyvinylpyrrolidone thin films doped with rare earth metal salts", Polymer Journal, vol. 42, issue 9, pp. 728–734, 2010.
Hassan, N. A., M. H. Khalil, and M. Ghaleb, "Magnetic and Geo-electrical Geophysical Techniques for Subsurface Delineation and Groundwater Assessment in Ras Matarma, Sinai", Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, vol. 25, issue 3, pp. 425-431, 2020.
Hassan, N. A., M. H. Khalil, and M. Ghaleb, "Magnetic and Geo-electrical Geophysical Techniques for Subsurface Delineation and Groundwater Assessment in Ras Matarma, Sinai", Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, vol. 25, issue 3, pp. 425-431, 2020.
Dimitri, A., A. El-Shafei, A. Adly, and J. Mahfoud, Magnetic Actuator Control of Oil Whip Instability in Bearings, : IEEE, 2015. Abstract
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Dimitri, A. S., A. El-Shafei, A. A. Adly, and J. Mahfoud, "Magnetic Actuator Control of Oil Whip Instability in Bearings", IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS, vol. 51, issue 11, 2015.
Safar, M. M., D. M. Abdallah, N. M. Arafa, and M. T. Abdel-Aziz, "Magnesium supplementation enhances the anticonvulsant potential of valproate in pentylenetetrazol-treated rats", Brain Research, vol. 1334: Elsevier, pp. 58–64, 2010. Abstract
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Safar, M. M., D. M. Abdallah, N. M. Arafa, and M. T. Abdel-Aziz, "Magnesium supplementation enhances the anticonvulsant potential of valproate in pentylenetetrazol-treated rats", Brain research, vol. 1334: Elsevier, pp. 58–64, 2010. Abstract
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Safar, M. M., D. M. Abdallah, N. M. Arafa, and M. T. Abdel-Aziz, "Magnesium supplementation enhances the anticonvulsant potential of valproate in pentylenetetrazol-treated rats", Brain research, vol. 1334: Elsevier, pp. 58-64, 2010. Abstract
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Safar, M. M., D. M. Abdallah, N. M. Arafa, and M. T. Abdel-Aziz, "Magnesium supplementation enhances the anticonvulsant potential of valproate in pentylenetetrazol-treated rats", Brain Research, vol. 1334, pp. 58-64, 2010. mg-marwa.pdf