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oxide nanocomposite particles with large specific absorption rate for hyperthermia
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FIG. 1.

[(a) and (b)] Bright-field TEM image of Dextran-coated Fe oxide particle and the corresponding indexed diffraction patterns; [(c) and (d)] CTAB-coated oxide particles and the corresponding indexed diffraction patterns. Note that the indexed but unlabeled phase is .

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FIG. 2.

Hysteresis loops for both CTAB-coated and Dextran-coated Fe oxide powders at room temperature under a field of . The inset is a graph showing loops for the same particles but under a field of , the same amplitude used for the heating test.

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FIG. 3.

Temperature vs time for CTAB-coated particles dispersed in methanol with a concentration of under an alternating magnetic field of and . Data for Dextran-coated Fe oxide particles with the same concentration, but dispersed in water, are given for comparison. The drop of temperature was due to magnetic field being turned off.

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FIG. 4.

decay constant vs particle concentration for both the iron oxide and particles, respectively.


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Scitation: Fe∕Fe oxide nanocomposite particles with large specific absorption rate for hyperthermia