Magnetic Nanoparticles

  • ID: 835702
  • Book
  • 484 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Magnetism of nanoparticles is an area of intense development that touches many fields including material science, condensed matter physics, biology, medicine, planetary science, etc. Yet, in that brief time, magnetic nanoparticles have become a valued research tool in broad array of scientific, engineer and commercial field.

This book presents a coherent and comprehensive treatment of the subject with an up–to–date discussion many unique phenomena such as superparamagnetism , quantum tunnelling of magnetization, enhanced magnetic coercivity , magnetic phase transitions, size effects, surface influence, interparticle interactions and interactions of magnetic nanoparticles with a matrix. Thus this Book brings together in one, compact volume almost all aspects of modern nanotechnology magnetic materials.

The topic of magnetic nanoparticles is becoming increasingly important due to its prominent role in many of today′s biomedical, information and energy technologies including ferrofluids, high–density magnetic storage, high–frequency electronics, high performance permanent magnets, magnetic refrigerants, etc Serving as a timely and convenient reference source including some new advances, the Book will appeal to academic and industrial researches as well as graduate and senior undergraduate students in the fields of nanotechnology of magnetic materials
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(Sergey P. Gubin)

Synthesis of Nanoparticular Magnetic Materials

(Vladimir L. Kolesnichenko)

Magnetic Metallopolymer Nanocomposites: Preparation and Properties

(Gulzhian I. Dzhardimalievaa, Anatolii D. Pomogailoa, Aleksander S. Rozenberg,a and Marcin Leonowiczb)

Magnetic nanocomposites based on the metal–containing nanoparticles inside the polyethylene matrix (Gleb Yu.Yurkova, Evgeny A.Ovchenkovb, Sergey P.Gubin)

Organized ensembles of magnetic nanoparticles: preparation, structure and properties

(Gennady B. Khomutov and Yury A. Koksharov)

Magnetism of nanoparticles: effects of size, shape and interactions

(Yury A. Koksharov)

Electron Magnetic Resonance of Nanoparticles: Superparamagnetic Resonance

(Janis Kliava)

Micromagnetics of small ferromagnetic particles

(Nikolaj A. Usov and Yury B. Grebenshchikov)

High–spin polynuclear carboxylate complexes and molecular magnets with VII and VIII Group 3d–metals

(I.L. Eremenko, A.A. Sidorov, M.A. Kiskin)

Biomedicine applications of magnetic nanoparticles

(Vladimir N. Nikiforov and Elena Yu. Filinova)

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SERGEY P.GUBIN, Prof., Dr.Sc., worked for 24 years as Head of Nanomaterial Chemistry of N.S.Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, Russia, where he was engaged in basic and applied research, mainly in synthesis and physical chemistry of molecular clusters and nanoparticles, especially magnetic nanoparticles. He is a part–time Professor of the Department of Chemistry and Technology Nanosize and Composition Materials of M.V.Lomonosov Moscow state Academy of fine chemical technology (MITHT)
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