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Magneto-optical properties of a highly transparent cadmium ferrite-based magnetic fluid

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Bakuzis, A.F. ; Universidade de Brası´lia, Instituto de Fı´sica, Núcleo de Fı´sica Aplicada, 70919-970, Brası´lia-DF, Brazil ; Neto, K.Skeff ; Gravina, P.P. ; Figueiredo, L.C.
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The magneto-optical properties of a highly stable ionic magnetic fluid sample containing CdFe2O4 nanoparticles were investigated using static magnetic birefringence, zero-field optical transmissivity, and transmission electron microscopy. From our measurements we found that the transmittivity and the birefringence of the CdFe2O4-based sample is several times greater than a typical magnetic fluid sample (γ-Fe2O3 based), giving this magnetic material great potential for magneto-optics applications. We also found that the birefringence can be increased by several orders of magnitude, allowing full manipulation of the observed negative differential transmitted optical intensity feature. © 2004 American Institute of Physics.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:84 ,  Issue: 13 )