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Synthesis and Faraday Effect of Fe-Al Oxide Composite Ferrofluid

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A kind of ferrofluid containing Fe-Al oxide composite nanometer particles was synthesized. The ferrofluid made of Fe-Al oxide composite nanometer particles which ratio was Fe:Al2O3 = 3:1 and thermally treated at 300°C showed Faraday effect approximate linearity versus the magnetic field B, and a relatively excellent Faraday effect without saturation in varying 0 - 1.5T magnetic field, which provided a method for synthesizing the ferrofluid of Faraday rotation still continuing in a relatively high magnetic field.

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Dai, M. and Pu, S. (2015) Synthesis and Faraday Effect of Fe-Al Oxide Composite Ferrofluid. Advances in Materials Physics and Chemistry, 5, 344-349. doi: 10.4236/ampc.2015.58034.

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