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Influence of dipolar interactions on the magnetization distribution in iron oxidenanoparticles for biomedical purposes

Abstract: Use of spin-resolved POLARIS experiments will reveal the influence of dipolar interactions on the spatial magnetization distribution in densely packed assemblies of Fe-oxide nanoparticles (r ~ 5 nm) and hence interrelate dipolar interactions on the nanoscopic and macroscopic level. This is of outmost importance when defining parameters to get a standardization of these nanometric compounds for biomedical applications, such as hyperthermia.

Experiment Parameters Environment temperature 5 - 300 K Experiment energy 6 [Å] Experiment moment 0.01 - 1 [1/nm] Experiment res energy 10 % Experiment res moment - Sample Parameters Formula Fe2O3/Fe304

Repository: Institut Laue-Langevin

 Year of publication: 2016

 DOI: 10.5291/ILL-DATA.5-32-836

 Full citation: Bender P., Espeso, J. I., Fernandez Barquin, L., González-Alonso, D., Honecker, D., Rogers, S. & Wojciech, S. (2016). Influence of dipolar interactions on the magnetization distribution in iron oxidenanoparticles for biomedical purposes. [Dataset]. (Version 1). Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL). doi:10.5291/ILL-DATA.5-32-836

Authorship

HONECKER, DIRK

ROGERS, SARAH

SZCZERBA, WOJCIECH

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