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magnetic fluid

[mag′ned·ik ′flü·əd]
(materials)
A mixture of iron particles in oil or other liquid; viscosity increases sharply in a strong magnetic field.
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Instability of a magnetic fluid drop in a capillary: a numerical study.
Patel and Deheri [16] studied the magnetic fluid lubrication of a squeeze film in transversely rough porous circular plates with concentric circular pocket.
The behavior of magnetic fluid exposed to the RMF is not new, since already in 1999 Lacis [11] attempted to demonstrate the movement of fluid in certain field frequencies.
Rinaldi, "Magnetic fluid hyperthermia: advances, challenges, and opportunity," International Journal of Hyperthermia, vol.
For this treatment, magnetic fluids, that is, polydisperse colloidal solutions of single-domain MNPs (grains), are used.
The DNA-MNPs solution obtained was examined for the change in polarization of the mixture of single and double stranded DNA and magnetic fluid. The MOLD effect is shown.
Saha and Chakrabarti [10] have investigated the impact of magnetic field strength on magnetic fluid flow through a channel.
Zahn, "Magnetic fluid and nanoparticle applications to nanotechnology," Journal of Nanoparticle Research, vol.
Ferrofluid, also known as magnetic fluid, is a kind of colloidal suspension liquid which has the property of magnetism.
magnetic fluid hyperthermia (MFH), magnetic drug delivery, magneto-mechanical actuation of cell surface receptors, magnetic gene transfection, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) contrast improvement) has had an upward trend.
General mechanism of magnetic hyperthermia consists of two steps 1) preparation of magnetic nanoparticles 2) injection of magnetic fluid carrying magnetic nanoparticlesinto tumor site.
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