magnetic nanoparticle separation problem

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Janus particles are special types of nanoparticles or microparticles whose surfaces have two or more distinct physical properties. This unique surface of Janus particles allows two different types of chemistry to occur on the same particle. The simplest case of a Janus particle is achieved by dividing the particle into two distinct parts, each of them either made of a different material, or

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We report a room temperature magnetic memory effect (RT-MME) from magnetic nanodiamond (MND) (ND)/γ-Fe2O3 nanocomposites. The detailed crystal structural analysis of the diluted MND was performed by synchrotron radiation X-ray diffraction, revealing the composite nature of MND having 99 and 1% weight fraction ND and γ-Fe2O3 phases, respectively. The magnetic measurements carried out …

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Nanostructures have attracted huge interest as a rapidly growing class of materials for many applications. Several techniques have been used to characterize the size, crystal structure, elemental composition and a variety of other physical properties of nanoparticles. In several cases, there are physical pro Recent Open Access Articles Recent Review Articles

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In Space Microsystems and Micro/nano Satellites, 2018. 9.1 Summary 9.1.1 Concept, Function, and Application of Magnetometers. The magnetometer, also known as a magnetic sensor, is a sensor for measuring magnetic induction (magnetic field intensity), which is an important sensor component in all types of aircraft and spacecraft.It also has been widely used in other fields, such as industry

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Dec 01, 2012 · Sol–liquid separation can be achieved, however, solid–liquid separation of individual magnetic nanoparticles does not seem to be possible. On the other hand, the miscibility of (aqueous) sol and water could become a problem if the ferrofluid gets increasingly diluted by the water and eventually loses its magnetic behavior

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Mar 05, 2014 · The role of superparamagnetic nanoparticles in water-cleaning is the adsorption of harmful substances to the nanoparticles’ surface followed by their subsequent removal by means of a low magnetic field gradient. It seems that the adsorption of contaminants to the nanoparticle surface is the easy part of the process

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With the conceptual possibility of magnetic nanoparticles recovery using magnetic separation, a reduction of removal capacity and reusability of magnetic nanoparticles raises a question because of

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Magnetic Nanoparticle Separation. March 2015; ... With its emphasis on problem solving and applications, this is an ideal textbook for electrical and mechanical engineers enrolled in upper-level

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