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  • Magnetic Particles
    Magnetic particles are fine iron oxide particles with a high permeability (easily magnetized) and low retentivity (ability to stay magnetized). Magnetic particles typically range in size between 0.125 to 60 microns. Three methods are typically applied: dry non-fluorescent, wet non-fluorescent
  • Magnetic Particle System
    Magnetic particle system refers to current flow or an external magnet that magnetizes a part. Magnetic poles created at flaws, cracks, or other discontinuities attract magnetic particles. The magnetic particles are fine iron oxide particles (0.125 to 60 microns) with a high permeability (easily
  • Magnetic Particle Clutch Used in Amusement Game
  • Magnetic Stripe
    What is a magnetic stripe? A magnetic stripe is the black or brown stripe that you see on your credit card, or maybe the back of your airline ticket or transit card. The stripe is made up of tiny magnetic particles in a resin. The particles are either applied directly to the card or made
  • Low-Field Magnetic Sensing with GMR Sensors
    ; the kinds. encountered when looking for geophysical anomalies,. either natural or man-made, various physiological. functions, metal defects, magnetic ink and minute. magnetic particles associated with immunoassay. In. the past, equipment to perform many of these. functions has required a substantial
  • Ogura Electromagnetic Particle Clutch Helps Build a Solid Foundation
    In the October issue of Design News, there was an article featuring Oguras OPC-80 magnetic particle clutch for a system that helps detect bedrock for anchoring oil platforms.
  • Magnetic Design Considerations for Devices and Particles Used for Biological High-Gradient Magnetic Separation (HGMS) Systems
    of particular protocols. The various types of magnets and particles are also discussed, with a comparison of materials available and their magnetic properties.
  • Computer Power User Article - Under Development
    is the superparamagnetic limit. Superparamagnetism occurs when magnetic particles get so tiny that fluctuations in the ambient temperature--from, say, a sunbeam or the friction of air across a spinning disc platter--cause particle charges to flip, thus corrupting file data. Soon, superparamagnetism will bring
  • Medical Device Link .
    applications in the area of targeted drug delivery. This article reviews applications for magnetic-particle-based technology, with a focus on the enhanced characteristics of irregular, high-surface-area magnetic particles. Magnetic microparticles are composed primarily of ferrimagnetic materials
  • Effect of Permittivity and Permeability of a Flexible Magnetic Composite Material on the Performance and Miniaturization Capability of Planar Antennas for RFID and Wearable Wireless Applications
    introduced. by the magnetic composite must be sufficiently low for successful. application at the targeted operating frequency. A flexible magnetic. composite comprised of particles of Z-phase Co hexaferrite,. also known as Co2Z, in a silicone matrix was developed. To the. authors' knowledge