Magnetic Nanoparticles (Google eBook)

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Sergey P. Gubin
John Wiley & Sons, Nov 18, 2009 - Science - 484 pages
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This interdisciplinary approach to the topic brings together reviews of the physics, chemistry, fabrication and application of magnetic nanoparticles and nanostructures within a single cover. With its discussion of the basics as well as the most recent developments, and featuring many examples of practical applications, the result is both a clear and concise introduction to the topic for beginners and a guide to relevant comprehensive physical phenomena and essential technological applications for experienced researchers.
  

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 Synthesis of Nanoparticulate Magnetic Materials
25
3 Magnetic Metallopolymer Nanocomposites Preparation and Properties
59
4 Magnetic Nanocomposites Based on the MetalContaining Fe Co Ni Nanoparticles Inside the Polyethylene Matrix
87
5 Organized Ensembles of Magnetic Nanoparticles Preparation Structure and Properties
117
6 Magnetism of Nanoparticles Effects of Size Shape and Interactions
197
7 Electron Magnetic Resonance of Nanoparticles Superparamagnetic Resonance
255
8 Micromagnetics of Small Ferromagnetic Particles
303
9 HighSpin Polynuclear Carboxylate Complexes and Molecular Magnets with VII and VIII Group 3dMetals
349
10 Biomedical Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles
393
Index
457
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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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