Magnetic fluids (ferrofluids
) are stable colloidal suspensions of ferromagnetic nanoparticles in a nonmagnetic carrier-liquid (such as water, kerosene, transformer oil, organic compounds and others).
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Compared to the existing techniques for enhancing heat transfer, the ferrofluids
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