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Fe nanoparticles produced by electric explosion of wire for new generation of magneto-rheological fluids
(IOP Publishing, 2018)
Iron magnetic nanoparticles were produced by the technique of the electric explosion of a wire (EEW). The major crystalline phase (95 ± 1%) was α-Fe with lattice parameter a = 0.2863(3) nm. The size of the coherent diffraction ...
Aspects Concerning the Fabrication of Magnetorheological Fluids Containing High Magnetization FeCo Nanoparticles
Recently, our collaborative work in the fabrication of a magnetorheological fluid (MRF) containing high magnetization FeCo nanoparticles (NPs, fabricated in our laboratories using the chemical reduction technique; MS = 212 ...
High magnetization FeCo nanoparticles for magnetorheological fluids with enhanced response
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2021)
We present results concerning the fabrication of a new magnetorheological fluid with FeCo magnetic nanoparticles (NPs) as magnetic fillers. These NPs have been fabricated by using the chemical reduction technique and show ...