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Topical Collection "Magnetic Nanostructured Materials: Synthesis, Characterization and Their Cutting-Edge Applications"
A topical collection in Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991). This collection belongs to the section "Synthesis, Interfaces and Nanostructures".Viewed by 4479
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Interests: magnetic colloidal particles; liquid phase synthesis; L10 chemical ordering; FePt; CoPt; Fe3O4; nanomagnetism; biomedical applications of magnetic nanoparticles; catalysis
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Interests: Nanoparticles synthesis; Fe3O4; γ-Fe2O3; Biomedical; environmental and catalytic applications of magnetic nanomaterials
Topical Collection Information
In the early 1930s, Frenkel and Dorfman predicted that a particle of ferromagnetic material with a size below a critical limit would possess a single magnetic domain within which magnetic moments of free electrons are aligned in parallel. Since then, there has been a continuously increasing interest in the scientific community for the development and study of magnetic materials in the nanoscale size regime. This enormous interest is mainly due to their prospective applications in many technological areas, including magnetic storage devices, ferrofluids, magnetic resonance imaging, magnetic carriers, magnetic hyperthermia environmental remedation protection, energy and catalysis. Recently, there has additionally been a great interest for the synthesis of 2D magnetic materials, which seem to offer potential for significant improvements in spintronic applications.
The present collection is aimed at presenting the current state-of-the-art in the synthesis of magnetic nanomaterials in both particles and thin-layered forms, as well as their advanced characterization and niche applications. In this collection, we are inviting contributions from leading groups in the field aiming to present a comprehensive view of the progress in this discipline.
Dr. Vasileios Tzitzios
Dr. Georgia Basina
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- magnetic nanomaterials
- colloidal particles
- thin films
- 2D magnetism
- magnetic characterization
- composite magnets
- L10 ordering
- nanomagnets applications
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