The Mössbauer and magnetic properties of ferritin cores.

@article{Papaefthymiou2010TheMA,
  title={The M{\"o}ssbauer and magnetic properties of ferritin cores.},
  author={Georgia C. Papaefthymiou},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2010},
  volume={1800 8},
  pages={886-97}
}
BACKGROUND Mössbauer and magnetization measurements, singly or in combination, extract detailed information on the microscopic or internal magnetism of iron-based materials and their macroscopic or bulk magnetization. The combination of the two techniques affords a powerful investigatory probe into spin relaxation processes of nanosize magnetic systems. The ferritin core constitutes a paradigm of such nano-magnetic system where Mössbauer and magnetization studies have been broadly combined in… CONTINUE READING

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