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For bodies having both uniform susceptibility and density contrast, the magnetic potential is directly proportional to the derivative of the gravity potential in the direction of magnetization.
 
For bodies having both uniform susceptibility and density contrast, the magnetic potential is directly proportional to the derivative of the gravity potential in the direction of magnetization.
 
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For bodies having both uniform susceptibility and density contrast, the magnetic potential is directly proportional to the derivative of the gravity potential in the direction of magnetization.