Using Monte Carlo Method to Study Magnetic Properties of Frozen Ferrofluid

  title={Using Monte Carlo Method to Study Magnetic Properties of Frozen Ferrofluid},
  author={Tran Nguyen Lan and Trần Ho{\`a}ng Hải},
Magnetic nanoparticles are single-domain particles of ferromagnetic or ferrite materials. Recently, magnetic nanoparticles have been applied more and more in technology, such as spintronics, magnetic recording, catalyst, and biomedicine. Therefore, experimental and theoretical studies on their magnetic properties are very important to provide essential information for individual applications. In addition, technical preparations have been developed fast, such as chemical synthesis, sputtering… 

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