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Magnetic Nanoparticles : Properties, Synthesis and Applications.

Author/Creator:
Acklin, Beate.
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Hauppauge : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, 2012.
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Nanotechnology Science and Technology
Nanotechnology Science and Technology
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Nanoparticles -- Magnetic properties.
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Contents:
Intro
MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES
MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES
CONTENTS
PREFACE
FORMULATIONS FOR LOCAL, MAGNETICALLY MEDIATED HYPERTHERMIA TREATMENT OF SOLID TUMORS
ABSTRACT
1. INTRODUCTION: UNDERSTANDING THE COMPLEXITY OF HYPERTHERMIA
1.1. Biological and Clinical Rationale for Induced Hyperthermia
1.1.1. Heat Effects and Toxicity at Cellular Level
Morphostructural Changes Induced by Heat
Metabolic Effects of Heat
Heat Cytotoxicity and Thermal Dosimetry
Molecular Biology of Stress Responses: Heat Shock, Hypoxia and Connections
1.2.1. Hyperthermia in Oncology
Hyperthermia Treatment Modalities
Hyperthermia and Solid Tumor Pathophysiology
Hyperthermic Therapy Combinations, Emphasis on Embolization Procedures
Hyperthermia and Immunological Considerations
1.2. Current Technical Status of Induced Hyperthermia
1.2.1. Physical Modalities for Induced Hyperthermia
1.2.2. Inductive Modalities
1.2.3. Magnetic Losses
Hysteresis Losses
Losses by Magnetic Relaxations
2. FORMULATIONS FOR LOCAL HYPERTHERMIA TREATMENT OF HARD TISSUE TUMORS
2.1. Magnetic Ceramic, Glass and Glass-Ceramic Materials
2.2. Glass/Ceramic Particles and Microspheres
2.3. Magnetic Materials for Cementoplasty
3. FORMULATIONS AND MINIMALLY INVASIVE PROCEDURES FOR MAGNETICALLY MEDIATED LOCAL HYPERTHERMIA TREATMENT OF SOFT TISSUE TUMORS
3.1. Arterial Injections and Arterial Embolization Hyperthermia (AEH)
3.1.1. Microparticles
3.1.2. Formulation Forming-Depot
3.2. Intratumoral Direct Injection Hyperthermia (DIH)
3.2.1. Formulation Forming Depot
3.2.2. Formulations Forming Implants In Situ
4. MAGNETIC LIPOSOMES AND LOCAL HYPERTHERMIA TREATMENT OF TUMORS
4.1. General Characteristics of Liposomes
4.2. Magnetoliposomes and Magnetically Induced Local Hyperthermia of Tumor.
4.3. Immunoconjugated Magnetoliposomes for the Systemic Approach of Magnetically Mediated Hyperthermia of Solid Tumors
4.3.1. Magnetoliposomes Conjugated with Anti CA9 (Human MN) Antigen Antibodies
4.3.2. Magnetoliposomes Coupled with Anti-HER2 Antibodies
Anti-HER2 Immunoconjugated Magnetoliposomes and Pharmaceutical Considerations Associated with Anti-HER2 Antibodies
Anti-HER2 Immunoconjugated Magnetoliposomes and Micropharmacology Considerations Associated with Non Magnetic Anti-HER2 Immunoliposomes
4.4. Cationic Magnetoliposomes in Bone Metastasis of Prostate Cancer Model
4.5. Neutral Magnetoliposomes: Targeting Draining Lymphatic Nodes for Magnetic Hyperthermia
CONCLUSION
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
6. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS, UNITS, NOTATIONS AND SYMBOLS
REFERENCES
ORGANIC BASED MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES-POLYMERS AND VARIOUS CALIXARENE BASED MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
1. MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLE- POLYMERS
2. CALIXARENE BASED MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES
REFERENCES
BIOCOMPATIBLE NANOMATERIALS: SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND APPLICATIONS
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
Synthesis of SPIONs
Coating of MNPs
Enzyme Immobilization on Magnetic Carriers
CONCLUSION
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
REFERENCES
FERROMAGNETISM IN CARBON AND BORON NITRIDE NANOSTRUCTURES
ABSTRACT
1. THE NATURE OF THE CARBON BOND
2. FERROMAGNETISM
3. FULLERENES
(a) Properties of C60
(b) Experimental Observations of Magnetism in C60
(c) Theoretical Predictions of Ferromagnetism in Polymers of C60
4. CARBON AND BORON NITRIDE NANOTUBES
(a) Properties
(b) Experimental Observations of Ferromagnetism in Carbon and Boron Nitride Nanotubes
(c) Theoretical predictions of Magnetism in Nanotubes
5. GRAPHENE
(a) Properties
(b) Magnetism in Graphene
(c) Theoretical Predictions for Graphene.
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX MATERIALS USING FUNCTIONALIZED MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES
ABSTRACT
1. INTRODUCTION
2. SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES WITH PRECIPITATION OF WET PROCESS METHOD
2.1. Preparation of Iron Oxide MNPs by Ichiyanagi Method
2.3. Preparation of MNPs by Moritake Method
2.4. Functionalization of MNP by Silanization Method
2.5. Physical Characterization of Nanoparticles
2.6. Functionalization of MNP
3. MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLE-BASED MASS SPECTROMETRY FOR THE DETECTION OF BIOMOLECULES IN CULTURED CELLS
3.1. Cellular MS
3.2. Physical Characterization of Nanoparticles
3.3. Ability of MNPs to Ionize Pure Analytes
3.4. Application of Nano-PALDI MS to Cultured Cells Using a Magnet
4. MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLE-BASED MASS SPECTROMETRY FOR THE DETECTION OF COMPLEX SAMPLES
4.1. Nanotrap and Mass Analysis of Aromatic Molecules by Phenyl Group-modified Nanoparticle
4.2. Characterization and Evaluation of Phenyl Group-modified (Ph-MNPs) as Matrices for Mass Spectrometry
5. SUMMARY AND PERSPECTIVE
ACKOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
SYNTHESIS CONDITION REFLECTED STRUCTURAL AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF LI0.5CR0.5FE2O4 NANOPARTICLES
ABSTRACT
1. INTRODUCTION
2. EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE
3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
3.1. Structural Properties
3.1.1. Cation Distribution
3.1.2. Infrared Spectroscopy
3.2. Magnetic Properties
3.3. Dielectric Properties
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
FACILE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY PREPARATION METHODS OF IRON-COBALT ALLOY AND MAGNETITE NANOPARTICLES
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
ROOM-TEMPERATURE PREPARATION OF IRON-COBALT NANOPARTICLES VIA COPRECIPITATION USING SODIUM BOROHYDRIDE
SIZE CONTROL OF MAGNETITE NANOPARTICLES BY ORGANIC SOLVENT-FREE CHEMICAL COPRECIPITATION AT ROOM TEMPERATURE
CONCLUSION.
REFERENCES
MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES: COMPUTER SIMULATIONS, CHEMICAL SYNTHESES, AND BIOMEDICAL DIAGNOSISES
ABSTRACT
1. INTRODUCTION
2. COMPUTER SIMULATION
2.1. Energy Model
2.2. Simulating Procedure
2.3. Simulated Results
2.3.1. Blocking Temperature
2.3.2. Coercive Field
3. CHEMICAL SYNTHESES
3.1. Preparation of Fe3O4 @ SiO2 nanoparticles
3.2. Experimental Characters
4. BIOMEDICAL DIAGNOSES
4.1. Attachment Anti-HPV18 Antibody on Silica-Coated Fe3O4 for Cervical Cancer Diagnosis
4.1.1. Preparation
4.1.2. Results
4.2. Immobilizing E. Coli O175:H7 on Fe3O4@SiO2 for Diarrhea Diagnosis
4.2.1. Preparation
4.2.2. Results
CONCLUSION
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
REFERENCES
ADVANCEMENT OF THE MAGNETIC BEADS TECHNOLOGY IN DRUG DISCOVERY
ABSTRACT
REFERENCES
DIPOLAR INTERACTION IN QUASI-TWO-DIMENSIONAL CRYSTAL ARRAYS OF MAGNETIC PARTICLES
Abstract
1.Introduction
2.Dipolarfieldanddipolarenergy:latticeandshapecontribu-tions
2.1.DipolarFieldDuetoaSingleMagnetic2DCrystalLayer
2.1.1.Q2DLorentzPotential
2.1.2.Q2DDemagnetizationPotential
2.2.DipolarFieldDuetoSeveralMagnetic2DCrystalLayers
2.3.DipolarEnergyofaSystemWithSeveralMagnetic2DCrystalLayers
2.4.EntropyofaSystemWithSeveralMagnetic2DCrystalLayers
3.Numericalresults:roleoftheinterlayerdipolarcoupling
3.1.ArrangementsofMagnetic2DCrystalLayers
3.2.DipolarField:NumberofCoupledLayers
3.3.DipolarAnisotropyEnergy:EffectsofTwoCoupledLayers
3.4.DipolarAnisotropyEnergy:DemagnetizationEffects
3.5.MagneticAnisotropyEnergy:Non-DipolarContributions
3.6.Entropy:GroundStateConfigurations
4.Conclusion
References
INDEX.
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Print version: Acklin, Beate Magnetic Nanoparticles: Properties, Synthesis and Applications
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9781619424241
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