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Title: Thermomagnetic Behaviour Of Certain Magnetic Fluids
Researcher: Upadhyay, Trupti J
Guide(s): DR. R.V. Upadhyay
Keywords: Thermomagnetic
University: Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University
Completed Date: n.d.
Abstract: A magnetic fluid better known as a ferrofluid consists of kinetically newlinestabilized ferro-or-ferri magnetic particles coated with a monomolecular layer newlineof surfactant and colloidally dispersed in a magnetically passive liquid. Under newlinethe influence of an external gradient magnetic field such a system exhibits newlinecertain novel phenomena. Pap ell made a first successful attempt to synthesize newlinea stable magnetic fluid in 1963. Since then, thousands of research papers and newlinepatents are published covering several aspects of magnetic fluids and their newlineapplications, demonstrating significant scientific and technological interest that newlinehas been generated in this field. The magnetic fluid is a technologically newlineimportant material because of its remarkable basic properties such as retention newlinein a magnetic field, levitation of magnetic and non-magnetic objects, newlinemicromagnetics and catalysis associated with small particles, magnetic shielding newlineand effect on electrical parameters.
Pagination: n.d.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/90195
Appears in Departments:Department of Physics

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