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General overview »

Magnetic Nanoparticles »

Standardization »

Characterization and
analysis methods »

DC magnetization and AC
susceptometer analysis »

Medium and high frequency
AC susceptometry »

Mössbauer spectroscopy »

Electron microscopy »

XRD and SAXS »


Electron microscopy »

Ferromagnetic resonance »

Dynamic light scattering and
electrophoretic light scattering »

Field-flow fractionation »

Magnetic modelling »

Magnetorelaxometry »

Magnetic particle spectroscopy »

Magnetic particle rotation »

Magnetic separation »

NMR R1 and R2 relaxivities »

Magnetic nanoparticle bio-detection »

Magnetic hyperthermia measurements »


Magnetic separation

The largest application area for magnetic particles (especially magnetic multi-core particles) is in the field of magnetic separation techniques or as a part of a separation stage in different immunoassay systems. Parameters such as separation time and absorption specificity are important in these applications. Earlier we have developed a technique based on light absorbance measurements of magnetic multi-core ensemble subjected to a field and field gradient. We will further develop this analysis technique in the analysis in the NanoMag project.

Project Partners

Project partners


This project has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 604448