Michael Chuev

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The potential of Mössbauer spectroscopy to study the biodegradation process of magnetic nanoparticles in vivo was demonstrated. Magnetic nanoparticles in form of ferrofluid were administrated to mice. The Mössbauer study of the mice liver samples has shown that in addition to the sextet of lines related to the injected nanoparticles there(More)
We present a way to analyze the chemical composition of periodical multilayer structures using the simultaneous analysis of grazing incidence hard X-Ray reflectivity (GIXR) and normal incidence extreme ultraviolet reflectance (EUVR). This allows to combine the high sensitivity of GIXR data to layer and interface thicknesses with the sensitivity of EUVR to(More)
Superparamagnetic particles of Fe<sub>3</sub>O<sub>4</sub> in ferrofluid were injected transcranially in the ventricle of the rat brain. At three months after the injection the rat was sacrificed and the brain was investigated by Mo&#x0308;ssbauer spectroscopy and histological Perls Prussian blue method. Histological examination demonstrated increased(More)
A multi-level stochastic model taking into account the magnetic anisotropy, precession and diffusion of the uniform magnetization of single-domain particles is developed in order to describe the Mössbauer absorption spectra of an ensemble of magnetic nanoparticles in the presence of quadrupolar hyperfine interaction with an arbitrary orientation of its(More)
Water soluble magnetite iron oxide nanoparticles with oleic polymer coating and average diameters in the range of 5–25 nm, previously determined by TEM, were characterized using Mössbauer, magnetization and X-ray diffraction measurements. Comparative analysis of the results demonstrated a large diversity of magnetic relaxation regimes. Analysis showed the(More)
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