magnetic nanoparticles produced by surfactant

  • Sm Co hard magnetic nanoparticles prepared by surfactant

    Hard magnetic nanoparticles based on the Sm2Co17 and SmCo5 systems have been successfully produced using a surfactant assisted ball milling technique. A size selection process has been developed to obtain nanoparticles of different sizes with narrow size distribution. Signicant room temperature coercivity up to 3.1 kOe has been achieved with the

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  • Magnetic nanoparticles synthesis, functionalization, and

    Synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles via metal reduction. Magnetic NPs have also been frequently synthesized by the reduction of metal salts using reducing agents in

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  • Surfactant Controlled Size and Shape Evolution of Magnetic

    Surfactant Controlled Size and Shape Evolution of Magnetic Nanoparticles Gyu Leem, Subhasis Sarangi, Shishan Zhang, Irene Rusakova, Audrius Brazdeikis, Dmitri Litvinov,167; and T. Randall Lee*, Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Texas Center for SuperconductiVity and

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  • Magnetic Nanoparticles Produced in Spontaneous Cationic

    Read quot;Magnetic Nanoparticles Produced in Spontaneous Cationic Anionic Vesicles Room Temperature Synthesis and Characterization, Journal of Colloid and Interface Sciencequot; on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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  • Magnetic nanoparticles produced by surfactant assisted

    Nanoparticles of Fe, Co, FeCo, SmCo, and NdFeB systems with sizes smaller than 30 nm and narrow size distribution have been successfully prepared by ball milling in the presence of surfactants and

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  • Anisotropic Sm (Co,Fe) Nanoparticles by Surfactant

    Anisotropic Sm Co,Fe nanoparticles by surfactant assisted ball milling Nilay G. Akdogan,1,a George C. Hadjipanayis,1,b and David J. Sellmyer2 1Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware 19716, USA 2Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska 68588, USA

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  • Magnetic nanoparticles produced by surfactant assisted

    Magnetic nanoparticles produced by surfactant assisted ball milling V. M. Chakka, B. Altuncevahir, Z. Q. Jin, Y. Li, and J. P. Liua Department of Physics, The

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  • Magnetic nanoparticles produced by surfactant assisted

    The nanoparticles showed superparamagnetic behavior at room temperature, except for the SmCo nanoparticles that were ferromagnetic. Nanoparticles of all types showed ferromagnetic behavior at low temperatures. The compositions of nanoparticles prepared by milling the SmCo, NdFeB, and FeCo powders were found to be deviated from the starting powders.

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  • Surfactant assisted production of TbCu2 nanoparticles

    Production of surfactant assisted TbCu 2 nanoparticles and structural and magnetic characterization methods Magnetic nanoparticles of TbCu 2 were produced by means of the high energy ball milling method adapted to the use of liquids.

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  • Study the Effect of Ultrasonic Irradiation and Surfactant

    as capping agent in the solution. Magnetic properties of the produced ferrofluid were then determined by VSM test and magnetite nanoparticles were characterized by XRD and TEM techniques. The effect of surfactant to Fe ion weight ratio was also studied during this project by using two different amount of Dextran. Results showed the

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  • Synthesis and application of magnetic nanoparticles

    magnetic nanoparticles of 3d transition metals (Co, Ni, Fe) were also synthesized through introducing a reducing agent into a hot solution of metal precursor and surfactant [74]. With the precise control of

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  • ball milling nanoparticles vrolijk ts.nl

    Magnetic nanoparticles produced by surfactant assisted , Nanoparticles of Fe, Co, FeCo, SmCo, and NdFeB systems with sizes smaller than 30nm and narrow size distribution have been successfully prepared by ball milling in .

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  • Size Control of FePt Nanoparticles Produced by Seed

    Monodispersity with relatively narrow size distribution and controlled growth of the nanoparticles are the advantages of this method. Structural and magnetic properties of the produced nanoparticles were also investigated.

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  • Synthesis and Biochemical effects of magnetite

    Obejective(s) In this research, magnetite nanoparticles with an average size of 23 36 nm were successfully synthesized via surfactant free electrochemical method using iron as the anode and water as the electrolyte in a closed aqueous system in the presence of NaOH at room temperature.

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  • SmCo hard magnetic nanoparticles prepared by surfactant

    Hard magnetic nanoparticles based on the Sm 2 Co 17 and SmCo 5 systems have been successfully produced using a surfactant assisted ball milling technique. A size selection process has been developed to obtain nanoparticles of different sizes with narrow size distribution.

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  • Magnetic nanoparticles produced by surfactant assisted

    Abstract Nanoparticles of Fe, Co, FeCo, SmCo, and NdFeB systems with sizes smaller than 30 nm and narrow size distribution have been successfully prepared by ball milling in the presence of surfactants and organic carrier liquid.

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  • Novel NdCo5 nanoflakes and nanoparticles produced by

    In this study, we have investigated the magnetic properties and especially the magnetic transitions in NdCo 5 nanoparticles and nano thick flakes obtained by subjecting the brittle NdCo alloy to a successive wet and surfactant assisted high energy ball milling (SA HEBM).

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  • SmCo hard magnetic nanoparticles prepared by surfactant

    Hard magnetic nanoparticles based on the Sm(2)Co(17) and SmCo(5) systems have been successfully produced using a surfactant assisted ball milling technique.

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  • Effect of surfactant for magnetic properties of iron oxide

    Magnetic nanoparticles (NPs) are commonly researched because of possibilities to use them in medicine as a contrast agent, for cell separation or drug delivery. Important parameters for magnetic behavior are kind of synthesis, shape, size and organic ligand bind to the surface.

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  • Magnetic nanoparticles preparation, physical properties

    Feb 21, 20120183;32;Industrial applications of magnetic nanoparticles cover a broad spectrum of magnetic recording media and biomedical applications, for example, magnetic resonance contrast media and therapeutic agents in cancer treatment [17,18]. Each potential application of the magnetic nanoparticles requires having different properties.

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  • Multiresponsive nanosurfactant constructs tiny chemical

    Multiresponsive nanosurfactant constructs tiny chemical factory New integrated surfactant made with nanoparticles is manipulated by magnetic field, electric field, and light

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  • Multiresponsive nanosurfactant constructs tiny chemical

    quot;Multiresponsive nanosurfactant constructs tiny chemical factory New integrated surfactant made with nanoparticles is manipulated by magnetic field, electric field, and light.quot; ScienceDaily.

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  • US20100054981A1 Magnetic nanoparticles, bulk

    In another embodiment, the magnetic nanoparticles are synthesized by surfactant assisted ball milling, as disclosed in Chakka et al. Magnetic Nanoparticles Produced by Surfactant Assisted Ball Milling, J. Applied Physics, 99 08E912 (2006), herein incorporated by reference.

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  • SmCo hard magnetic nanoparticles prepared by surfactant

    Hard magnetic nanoparticles based on the Sm 2 Co 17 and SmCo 5 systems have been successfully produced using a surfactant assisted ball milling technique. A size selection process has been developed to obtain nanoparticles of different sizes with narrow size distribution.

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  • SmCo hard magnetic nanoparticles prepared by surfactant

    Hard magnetic nanoparticles based on the Sm(2)Co(17) and SmCo(5) systems have been successfully produced using a surfactant assisted ball milling technique.

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  • Synthesis and Magnetic Properties of Cobalt Ferrite (CoFe

    Magnetic nanoparticles of cobalt ferrite have been synthesized by wet chemical method using stable ferric and cobalt salts with oleic acid as the surfactant. X ray Diffraction

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  • What is the role of surfactant during the synthesis of

    A surfactant is a material that is surface active.This means that a surfactant will lower the surface tension of the surface of the nanoparticles.

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  • Synthesis of magnetite nanoparticles by surfactant free

    The particles produced by their method had sizes ranging from 74 to 88 nm. Cabrera et al. used a similar method to produce magnetite nanoparticles of sizes between 20 and 30 nm in aqueous solution, but they used pure iron as the anode and an amine surfactant, instead of a complexing agent, to avoid aggregation . As mentioned above, the use of a surfactant may strongly interfere with certain

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  • Magnetic nanoparticles produced by surfactant assisted

    In this study, systematic efforts have been made to prepare and study the properties of the nanoparticles prepared by milling soft and hard magnetic materials including Fe, Co, FeCo, SmCo, and NdFeB by surfactant assisted ball milling.

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  • Surfactant Effects on the Structural and Magnetic

    Rened XRD patterns for the dierent batches of iron oxide nanoparticles prepared with (top to bottom) an aqueous solution without surfactant, CTAB surfactant, PVP surfactant, and S.C. surfactant.

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  • Surfactant assisted production of TbCu2 nanoparticles

    nanoparticles with a reasonable narrow size distribution of the particles. One of such is the high energy ball millingtechniqueinwhichcommonlymetallicnanopar ticles are produced after some time of crushing of starting bulk materials. The latter technique is recog nized within engineering processes, and thus, the tech nological transfer is assured.

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  • Iron oxide nanoparticle

    For biomedical applications like magnetic resonance imaging, magnetic cell separation or magnetorelaxometry, where particle size plays a crucial role, magnetic nanoparticles produced by this method are very useful. Viable iron precursors include Fe 3, Fe(CO) 5, or Fe 3 in organic solvents with surfactant molecules. A combination of Xylenes and Sodium Dodecylbenezensulfonate as a

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  • Surfactant Effects on the Structural and Magnetic

    The magnetic properties were investigated by measuring the hysteresis loops where the surfactant influence on their collective magnetic behavior and subsequent AC magnetic hyperthermia response is apparent. The results indicate that the produced iron oxide nanoparticles may be consider

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  • US8066969B2 Preparation method of magnetic and metal

    According to a method of the present invention, it is possible to mass produce magnetic or metal oxide nanoparticles without an oxidizing agent or a reducing agent, and to uniformly produce the magnetic or metal oxide nanoparticles having the desired size by controlling a precursor concentration or a surfactant.

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  • Novel NdCo5 nanoflakes and nanoparticles produced by

    In this study, we have investigated the magnetic properties and especially the magnetic transitions in NdCo 5 nanoparticles and nano thick flakes obtained by subjecting the brittle NdCo alloy to a successive wet and surfactant assisted high energy ball milling (SA HEBM).

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  • Magnetic nanoparticles

    Magnetic nanoparticles can be used for the detection of cancer. Blood can be inserted onto a microfluidic chip with magnetic nanoparticles in it. These magnetic nanoparticles are trapped inside due to an externally applied magnetic field as the blood is free to flow through.

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  • POLYMER COATED IRON OXIDE MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES

    Fig. 4 SEM micrographs of produced iron oxide magnetic nanoparticles a sample 1, b sample 1PC, c sample 2, d sample 2PC The SEM analysis provided information about size and shape of resulting iron oxide magnetic nanoparticles. Obtained micrographs are shown in Fig. 4.

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  • Synthesis and Characterization of Silica Coated Iron Oxide

    The iron oxide nanoparticles are formed by the coprecipitation reaction of ferrous and ferric salts with inorganic bases. A strong base, NaOH, and a comparatively mild base, NH4OH, have been used in each surfactant to observe whether the basicity has some influence on the crystallization process during particle formation.

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