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Title: Optical properties of aggregated magnetic fluid: Birefringence and light scattering
Authors: Erin, C. V.
Ерин, К. В.
Keywords: Aggregates;Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility;Birefringence;Light scattering;Magnetic fluid;Magnetic moment
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Trans Tech Publications Ltd
Citation: Yerin, C.V. Optical properties of aggregated magnetic fluid: Birefringence and light scattering // Solid State Phenomena. - 2015. - Volume 233-234. - Pages 314-317
Series/Report no.: Solid State Phenomena
Abstract: The optical properties of colloidal solutions of nanosized magnetite particles in kerosene were studied by optical methods (birefringence and light scattering). The data on the birefringence kinetics in nonstationary magnetic fields is used to determine the size distribution of magnetite particles and aggregates. It is shown that the particle size distribution essentially depends on the type of magnetic moments of the particles and aggregates. Static and dynamic light scattering experiments confirm the conclusion about the existence of a significant fraction of nanoparticles in the form of aggregates with sizes of several tens of nanometers
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