Synthesis, characterization and applications of magnetite nanoparticles
"In the past few years, the synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles has received considerable attention due to their potential use in clinical applications. Since the properties of these nanoparticles depend strongly on their size, shape and crystallinity, there is a need for a general method to produce these particles with a controlled size, shape and crystal type. Of the many magnetic materials (Co, Ni, and Fe), the magnetite (Fe₃O₄) is least toxic and hence most promising for applications in medical diagnostics"--Abstract, leaf iv.
Sitton, Oliver C., 1951-
Miller, F. Scott, 1956-
Book, Neil L.
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Ph. D. in Chemical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- One-pot synthesis of amine-functionalized magnetite nanoparticles
- Modeling of separation and size fractionation of magnetic nanoparticles
- Effect of ionic strength and cation valency on the shape of iron oxide nanoparticles
xii, 82 leaves
© 2007 Vikram Kumar Kanmukhla, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Citation
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Nanocrystals -- Synthesis
Nanostructured materials -- Synthesis
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Kanmukhla, Vikram Kumar, "Synthesis, characterization and applications of magnetite nanoparticles" (2007). Doctoral Dissertations. 1750.
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