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Problem 68

Which of the statements below about magnetic indu…

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Problem 67

Why is MIT used to search noninvasively for mineral deposits (iron, copper, zinc)?
(a) The minerals are good conductors of clectricity and produce strong induced currents and strong returning magnetic fields.
(b) The minerals absorb the incident magnetic field indicating their presence by a lack of returning signal.
(c) The minerals produce their own returning magnetic fields.
(d) The minerals attract the incoming magnetic field and reflect it directly above the minerals.

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