Magnetic iron

See Magnetite.
(Min.) Same as Magnetite.

See also: Iron, Magnetic

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Gunning 'I am not sure that this airborne survey could have delivered a more definitive anomaly and more compelling evidence for a large and coherent body of high-density copper sulfide related to variably magnetic iron oxide minerals at Ranoke.
For this work, the researchers used soft robots made of a polymer embedded with magnetic iron microparticles.
Manufacturers are focusing on developing soft magnetic iron powder that can deliver higher AC magnetic qualities.
A magnetic iron bead about 700 nanometres in diameter -- about 100 times smaller than the thickness of a human hair -- is placed on the coverslip, where the cancer cells easily take it up inside their membranes.
A team of US-based researchers made the new type of 3-D printing ink by mixing magnetic iron particles with soft, silicone rubber.
Sundaram, "The utility of magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles stabilized by carrier oils in removal of heavy metals from waste water," International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences, vol.
Initially, the magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles were prepared from a single [Fe.sup.2+] salt--ferrous sulfate, employing a microwave irradiation according to the following procedure: 2 g FeS[O.sub.4]x7[H.sub.2]O was dissolved in 100 ml of water in an 800 ml beaker.
The researchers said they can control the degradation of the bot using a magnetic iron coating.
(20) The superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticle (SPION) and the super magnetic iron oxide nanoparticle (IONP) are commonly used contrast agents for the liver.
Of these, magnetic iron oxide nano-composites have been the most widely used support material [2] because they offer enormous surface area with more binding sites; this reduces the disadvantages of heterogeneous catalysis [24].
This synthesis approach seems to be especially interesting for the synthesis of nanoparticles for biomedical applications such as magnetic iron oxide [4], particularly in relation to the transference of the technology to the clinic and the need for standardization to avoid batch to batch inhomogeneity [5].
Zhao, "General and controllable synthesis of novel mesoporous magnetic iron oxide@carbon encapsulates for efficient arsenic removal," Advanced Materials, vol.