Her primary areas of study are Magnetic susceptibility, Mineralogy, Anisotropy, Magnetic anisotropy and Remanence. Her Magnetic susceptibility study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Paramagnetism, Ferromagnetism, Evergreen and Pollution. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Mineralogy, Chemical engineering and Particle size is strongly linked to Magnetite.
Her Anisotropy research includes themes of Principal axis theorem, Iron oxide nanoparticles and Finite strain theory. As a member of one scientific family, Ann M. Hirt mostly works in the field of Magnetic anisotropy, focusing on Lineation and, on occasion, Sedimentary basin and Fold. Ann M. Hirt combines subjects such as Paleomagnetism and Demagnetizing field with her study of Remanence.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Magnetic susceptibility, Mineralogy, Anisotropy, Magnetic anisotropy and Paramagnetism. Her Magnetic susceptibility research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Lineation, Single crystal, Remanence and Demagnetizing field. Her Remanence study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Paleomagnetism and Analytical chemistry.
In Mineralogy, she works on issues like Magnetite, which are connected to Hematite, Single domain and Particle size. Her Anisotropy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Composite material and Finite strain theory. The concepts of her Paramagnetism study are interwoven with issues in Diamagnetism, Ferrimagnetism, Rock magnetism and Calcite.
Ann M. Hirt mainly investigates Magnetic nanoparticles, Magnetic anisotropy, Condensed matter physics, Nanotechnology and Magnetic susceptibility. As part of her studies on Magnetic anisotropy, Ann M. Hirt often connects relevant subjects like Paleomagnetism. The Condensed matter physics study combines topics in areas such as Characterization and Remanence.
Ann M. Hirt has researched Magnetic susceptibility in several fields, including Paleontology, Paramagnetism and Anisotropy. Her work carried out in the field of Anisotropy brings together such families of science as Texture, Mineralogy, Mafic and Amphibole. In her research, Magnetic minerals is intimately related to Magnetite, which falls under the overarching field of Mineralogy.
Her primary areas of investigation include Large Hadron Collider, Magnetic anisotropy, Magnetic susceptibility, Mineralogy and Drell–Yan process. Her Large Hadron Collider research integrates issues from Physics beyond the Standard Model and Charge. Her studies in Magnetic anisotropy integrate themes in fields like Paramagnetism, Condensed matter physics and Anisotropy.
Her work deals with themes such as Alkali feldspar, Feldspar, Plagioclase and Magnetocrystalline anisotropy, which intersect with Condensed matter physics. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Lineation, Amphibole, Texture, Mafic and Hornblende. Her Mineralogy study combines topics in areas such as Chemical physics, Dispersity and Particle size.
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Modeling Magnetic Torque and Force for Controlled Manipulation of Soft-Magnetic Bodies
J.J. Abbott;O. Ergeneman;M.P. Kummer;A.M. Hirt.
IEEE Transactions on Robotics (2007)
Hybrid, silica-coated, Janus-like plasmonic-magnetic nanoparticles.
Georgios A. Sotiriou;Ann M. Hirt;Pierre-Yves Lozach;Alexandra Teleki.
Chemistry of Materials (2011)
The anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility in biotite, muscovite and chlorite single crystals
Fátima Martı́n-Hernández;Ann M Hirt.
EFFECT OF PROGRESSIVE DEFORMATION ON REMANENT MAGNETIZATION OF PERMIAN REDBEDS FROM THE ALPES MARITIMES (FRANCE)
R. Kligfield;W. Lowrie;A. Hirt;A.W.B. Siddans.
Magnetic anisotropy, rock fabrics and finite strain in deformed sediments of SW Sardinia (Italy)
Catalina M. Lüneburg;Stephan A. Lampert;Hermann D. Lebit;Ann M. Hirt.
Formation of Magnetite Nanoparticles at Low Temperature: From Superparamagnetic to Stable Single Domain Particles
Jens Baumgartner;Luca Bertinetti;Marc Widdrat;Ann M. Hirt.
PLOS ONE (2013)
Magnetic iron compounds in the human brain: a comparison of tumour and hippocampal tissue
Franziska Brem;Ann M Hirt;Michael Winklhofer;Karl Frei.
Journal of the Royal Society Interface (2006)
The age and timing of folding in the central Appalachians from paleomagnetic results
John Stamatakos;Ann M. Hirt;William Lowrie.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1996)
Morphology, structure and magnetic properties of cobalt-nickel films obtained from acidic electrolytes containing glycine
O. Ergeneman;K.M. Sivaraman;S. Pané;E. Pellicer.
Electrochimica Acta (2011)
The origin of tectonic lineation in extensional basins: Combined neutron texture and magnetic analyses on “undeformed” clays
Francesca Cifelli;Massimo Mattei;M. Chadima;A. M. Hirt.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2005)
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