Advances in Multifunctional Magnetic Nanomaterials

A special issue of Magnetochemistry (ISSN 2312-7481). This special issue belongs to the section "Magnetic Nanospecies".

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1. Department of Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124 Thessaloniki, Greece
2. Laboratory of Magnetic Nanostructure Characterization, Technology and Applications (MagnaCharta), CIRI-AUTH, 57001 Thessaloniki, Greece
Interests: magnetic nanoparticles synthesis; magnetic hyperthermia; structural characterization technics; magnetic characterization technics; 3D printing technologies
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Dear Colleagues,

Multifunctional magnetic nanomaterials have fascinated scientists for the last decades and are now heavily utilized in biomedical sciences and engineering. The current Special Issue of Magnetochemistry, “Advances in multifunctional magnetic nanomaterials” aims at publishing a collection of studies in the form of articles, reviews, letters, communications explaining developments in the properties of magnetic nanomaterials that may play a crucial role in magnetic hyperthermia, magnetic resonance imaging, biomedicine, data storage, nanofluids, catalysis, target-specific targeting, optical filters, cation sensors, magnetically tunable electronics, waste water management, etc. Research contributions illustrating the recent achievements in all aspects of fabrication and physical modeling of various magnetic nanomaterials are also particularly welcome.

You may choose our Joint Special Issue in Applied Sciences.

Dr. Antonios Makridis
Dr. Stefanos Moudrikoudis
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Keywords

  • Magnetic hyperthermia
  • Magnetic nanoparticles
  • superparamagnetism
  • SPIONs
  • Magnetic nanocarriers
  • Biomagnetic Materials
  • Complex Magnetic Oxides
  • multiferroics
  • Magnetic Materials for Energy Applications
  • Magnetocalorics
  • Magnetic-driven functionality and multifunctionality magnetic sensors and actuators
  • Magnetomechanical effects
  • Functional Nanomagnetics
  • Magnetic hybrid nanomaterials
  • Nanomagnetism
  • nanostructural characterization schemes
  • combinatory properties
  • multimodal diagnosis
  • cancer therapy
  • theranostics

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Finding the Limits of Magnetic Hyperthermia on Core-Shell Nanoparticles Fabricated by Physical Vapor Methods
by Carlos Martinez-Boubeta, Konstantinos Simeonidis, Judit Oró, Antonios Makridis, David Serantes and Lluis Balcells
Magnetochemistry 2021, 7(4), 49; https://doi.org/10.3390/magnetochemistry7040049 - 2 Apr 2021
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Magnetic nanoparticles can generate heat when exposed to an alternating magnetic field. Their heating efficacy is governed by their magnetic properties that are in turn determined by their composition, size and morphology. Thus far, iron oxides (e.g., magnetite, Fe3O4) [...] Read more.
Magnetic nanoparticles can generate heat when exposed to an alternating magnetic field. Their heating efficacy is governed by their magnetic properties that are in turn determined by their composition, size and morphology. Thus far, iron oxides (e.g., magnetite, Fe3O4) have been the most popular materials in use, though recently bimagnetic core-shell structures are gaining ground. Herein we present a study on the effect of particle morphology on heating efficiency. More specifically, we use zero waste impact methods for the synthesis of metal/metal oxide Fe/Fe3O4 nanoparticles in both spherical and cubic shapes, which present an interesting venue for understanding how spin coupling across interfaces and also finite size effects may influence the magnetic response. We show that these particles can generate sufficient heat (hundreds of watts per gram) to drive hyperthermia applications, whereas faceted nanoparticles demonstrate superior heating capabilities than spherical nanoparticles of similar size. Full article
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