Magnetic liquids are a subspecies of nanofluids, which, in turn, are one of the most common and successful areas of nanotechnology. The manufacturing processes are basically colloid chemistry, which is faced here with the complex task of ensuring the stability of the respective nanomaterial, although strong antithetical tendencies are counteracting. Brownian molecular motion, sedimentation and agglomeration tendency must be appropriately manipulated. MIPS Dataline Technologies has the theoretical and practical knowledge to produce not only magnetic nanoparticles, but also stable suspensions of such magnetic nanoparticles in liquids in any required quantity.

Nano-Ferrofluids

When nano-particles are stably suspended in liquids (water or oil), it is called nano-fluids.

In the case of nano-ferrofluids the nano-particles are metallic and thus magnetized.
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Nano-Particles

When nano-particles are stably suspended in liquids (water or oil), it is called nano-fluids.

In the case of nano-ferrofluids the nano-particles are metallic and thus magnetized.
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Industrial Applications

Nano-ferrofluids also have optical and chemo-physical properties (density, thermal expansion, thermal conductivity,

surface tension, saturation polarization, viscosity) that open up many functionalizations in various industries.
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