Nickel-containing magnetic materials
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Nickel-containing magnetic materials the properties and applications. by International Nickel Company (Mond) Limited.

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The element nickel is a member of the transition group in the fourth series of the periodic table, which includes iron, nickel, and cobalt. It has the atomic number The magnetic properties of nickel and nickel alloys Magnetic materials can generally be divided into two categories. Hard magnetic materials retain their magnetism once the magnetising field has been removed. Soft magnetic however becomet – to a greater or lesser extent –de-magnetised in the absence of the magnetising field. Nickel is probably the most versatile of the metallic elements. Among alloys containing nickel are some having high corrosion resistance and others that retain excellent strength and ductility from temperatures approaching ab solute zero to those near F. Some nickel alloys are strongly magnetic, others are virtually nonmagnetic; some have low rates of thermal expansion, others have high. To do them justice would require excessive space and, in addition, their applications differ generally from these of the materials under discussion. On the other hand, nickel-containing stainkss steels have been included because many of their applications fall into the same areas as those of .

Multifunctional nanosystems combining magnetic and plasmonic properties are a promising approach for cancer therapy, allowing magnetic guidance and a local temperature increase. This capability can provide a triggered drug release and synergistic cytotoxic effect in cancer cells. In this work, nickel ferrite/gold nanoparticles were developed, including nickel ferrite magnetic nanoparticles. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: 1. The Nickel Situation --Occurrence --Reserves --Expansion of Production Facilities --Future Developments --Recovery of Nickel --References Nickel --Effect of Impurities --Physical Properties --Mechanical Properties --Cast Nickel --Nickel Powder --References Nickel is a silvery-white metal with a slight golden tinge that takes a high polish. It is one of only four elements that are magnetic at or near room temperature, the others being iron, cobalt and Curie temperature is °C ( °F), meaning that bulk nickel is non-magnetic above this temperature. The unit cell of nickel is a face-centered cube with the lattice parameter of Group: group Magnetic response Non-magnetic all temperatures (1) Magnetic to over °F (°C) Nickel stainless steels are not subject to arc blow. Rate of heat conductivity (% at °F) (°C) (% at °F) (°C) (Type ) 28% 66% % % Type conducts heat much more slowly than carbon steel thus promoting sharper heat Size: KB.

Magnetic Alloys. There is a requirement for materials with high magnetic permeability to minimise the power requirements to generate a strong magnetic field, such as that required in tape recorder heads and for magnetic shielding around precision cathode ray display devices. Request PDF | Quantitative Description of Properties of Nickel-Containing Nanocomposites Affecting Their Magnetic Characteristics | Multiple regression equations linking properties of. Magnetic up to °C (°F) subject to arc blow similar to carbon steels. May be magnetic or non-magnetic at room temperature, depending on composition variations. Similar to austenitic stainless steels. Low, similar to SAE steel. Magnetic susceptibility measurements show the presence of antiferromagnetic exchange interactions (H = –JS1S2) with J = – cm–1 between the nickel(II) ions and indicate a zero-field Author: Andrew Kolodziej.