Catalog Number: NovaWire-Fe-80
Appearance: black suspension in water
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- Conductive fillers
- Radio wave absorption
- Microwave absorbing materials
- Radar absorbing materials (RAM) for military applications
- EMI shielding for military and potable electronics
- Electro statistic dissipation (ESD)
- Stealth materials/devices
- Biomedical applications (e. g., magnetic targeted cancer hyperthermia treatment)
- Magnetic separation for biomolecules
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- R. Liu, M. Ltoh, M. Terada, T. Horikawa, and K. I. Machida, “Enhanced electromagnetic wave
absorption properties of Fe nanowires in gigaherz range”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 2007, 91, 093101.
- Han, W. Tang, W. Chen, H. Zhou, and L. Deng, “Effect of shape of Fe particles on their
electromagnetic properties within 1–18 GHz range”, J. Appl. Phys., 2010, 107, 09A958.