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Magnetic Nanoparticles

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Sylvester1
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Jul4-14, 09:18 AM
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Hello Everybody,

i would like to ask if anyone around here has any prior knowledge regarding magnetic nanoparticles and their properties and could provide me with a useful link so that i can search deeper and learn more. What i would like mostly to know is if they can emit a magnetic field and the strength of their magnetic field.

Thank you!
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Jul4-14, 05:24 PM
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Magnetic materials possess a magnetic field, they do not "emit" one.
The presence of a magnetic field is why the particle is called magnetic - it's what the word means - so magnetic nanoparticles possess a magnetic field.

The field strength depends on the material properties of the individual particle and it's synthesis - their properties can vary quite a bit. Perhaps you can be more specific?

Meantime:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3312841/
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this link was so helpful!thank you very much!

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Jul6-14, 10:17 PM
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No worries - sometimes it's just knowing how to sort through information.


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