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Magnetic Relaxation in Ferrimagnetic Glass-Ceramics Obtained by Co-Precipitation at Different Temperatures

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6 Author(s)
Tiberto, P. ; Mater. Dept., INRIM, Torino ; Coisson, M. ; Vinai, F. ; Allia, P.
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Magnetic induction hyperthermia is a promising technique aimed at the treatment of cancer cells; however, the efficiency of the heat release is determined by the magnetic stability of the system. Ferrimagnetic glasses composed of magnetite and hematite crystals in a glassy matrix were prepared by melting of commercial reagents. The time evolution of the magnetic remanence was studied by submitting each sample to a saturating field of 20 kOe for 300 s. After sudden removal of the magnetic field, the evolution of the magnetic remanence was recorded for times up to 5times104 s. In all cases, the remanent magnetization exhibits a nonsaturating, monotonic decrease of its magnitude. The results are interpreted in terms of rearrangements of disordered magnetic volumes at interfaces between adjacent magnetite crystals.

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:43 ,  Issue: 6 )