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Magnetic and physicochemical aspects of the biomedical magnetic fluid technology

N. A. Brusentsov - M. V. Lukashevich - V. V. Gogosov

Biomedical applications of dextran-ferrite require that the magnetite, activated ferrite, dextran-ferrite microspheres and the magnetic fluids meet specific qualitative, quantitative and storage criteria. Data concerning these criteria and requirements have been reported. The microcrystallinity, twophase structure, granular uniformity, magnetic stability, chemical composition, and saturation magnetization are the most significant physicochemical properties of the initial materials and DF itself to be controlled at the manufacturing and storage. For magnetite. FeO / Fe2O3/H2O, the diameter of microcrystals can range from 11 to 25 nm; the contents of FeO from 25 to 46

Magnitnaya Gidrodinamika 30, No. 2, 215-218, 1994 [PDF, 0.22 Mb] (in Russian)
Magnetohydrodynamics 30, No. 2, 176-179, 1994 [PDF, 0.20 Mb]

Copyright: Institute of Physics, University of Latvia
Electronic edition ISSN 1574-0579
Printed edition ISSN 0024-998X