Magnetic Spinels: Synthesis, Properties And Applications Ed. By Mohindar Singh Seehra

Magnetic Spinels: Synthesis, Properties And Applications Ed. By Mohindar Singh Seehra
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This book discusses potential applications of magnetic spinels along with various methods used for their synthesis and their varied properties resulting from substituting different metal ions at the A and B sites. These applications include ferrofluids, anticorrosion coatings, absorber coatings for photothermal conversion, biomedicine, and environmental applications such as oxidation of volatile organic compounds and removal of arsenic and heavy metals from water. Magnetic spinels including ferrites are insulating magnetic oxides and chalcogenides with strong coupling to microwave frequencies and low eddy current losses making them indispensable for applications in wireless communications. Emphasis is placed on structure-property correlations and on the nature of magnetism in spinels and their nanoparticles with current information provided for future research. Preface 1 Spinel Ferrite Nanoparticles: Correlation of Structure and Magnetism 2 Lithium Ferrite: Synthesis, Structural Characterization and Electromagnetic Properties 3 Optimizing Processing Conditions to Produce Cobalt Ferrite Nanoparticles of Desired Size and Magnetic Properties 4 Nature of Magnetic Ordering in Cobalt‐Based Spinels 5 Electronic, Transport and Magnetic Properties of Cr-based Chalcogenide Spinels 6 Structure-Property Correlations and Superconductivity in Spinels 7 Manganese-Zinc Spinel Ferrite Nanoparticles and Ferrofluids 8 Mechanochemical Synthesis of Water-Based Magnetite Magnetic Fluids 9 Nanostructured Spinel Ferrites: Synthesis, Functionalization, Nanomagnetism and Environmental Applications 10 CVD‐Made Spinels: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications for Clean Energy 11 Spinel‐Structured Nanoparticles for Magnetic and Mechanical Applications 12 Photothermal Conversion Applications of the Transition Metal (Cu, Mn, Co, Cr, and Fe) Oxides with Spinel Structure 13 Anti‐Corrosive Properties and Physical Resistance of Alkyd Resin–Based Coatings Containing Mg‐Zn‐Fe Spinels

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