Doped ionic magnetic fluids: A resonance characterization

Da Silva, G.J.; Morais, P.C.; Tourinho, F.A.
August 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;8/22/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 8, p2793
Academic Journal
Investigates ionic cobalt ferrite-based magnetic fluids using electronic paramagnetic resonance. Changes on the resonance line shape of the ion in the aqueous phase; Particle polydispersity; Contribution of the dipolar field due to the surrounding magnetic nanoparticles; Electrostatic interaction between surface charged magnetic nanoparticles and the probe.


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