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Electrostatic Interactions between Barium Hexaferrite Nanoplatelets in Alcohol Suspensions
In a room-temperature liquid magnet, barium hexaferrite (BHF) nanoplatelets suspended in 1-butanol spontaneously order and form a ferromagnetic nematic phase. In such concentrated suspension, theExpand
Formation of Fe(III)-phosphonate Coatings on Barium Hexaferrite Nanoplatelets for Porous Nanomagnets
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The so-obtained porous nanomagnets are highly responsive to a very weak magnetic field at room temperature, which is a major advantage over the classic mesoporous nanomaterials and metal–organo-phosphonic frameworks with only a weak magnetic response at a few kelvins. Expand
Preparation of Barium-Hexaferrite/Gold Janus Nanoplatelets Using the Pickering Emulsion Method
Janus particles, which have two surfaces exhibiting different properties, are promising candidates for various applications. For example, magneto-optic Janus particles could be used for in-vivoExpand
Two-Phase Ferrofluid Systems: Surfactants and Thermal Properties of Iron Oxide Nanofluids for Condensation
Evaporation heat transfer with ferrofluids has the potential to improve heat and mass transfer compared to conventional two-phase systems. The ferromagnetic nanoparticles which control the rheologyExpand
Experimental analysis of the stability of ferrofluids based on Iron Oxide powder
Ferrofluids most often consist of three components, they are: solid particles, the liquid in which they are dissolved and a substance that is supposed to prevent sedimentation - called surfacant. TheExpand