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CHAPTER 1 Nanoparticles from Mechanical Attrition

@inproceedings{Castro2002CHAPTER1N,
  title={CHAPTER 1 Nanoparticles from Mechanical Attrition},
  author={Cl{\'a}udio M{\'a}rcio de Castro and Brian S. Mitchell},
  year={2002}
}

A model of magnetic hyperthermia

A magnetic material exposed to a field that is cycled is observed to become warm. This arises because any misalignment between the field and the moment causes the generation of magnetostatic energy

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