Magnetically-Active Carbon Nanotubes at Work

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Endohedral and exohedral assembly of magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) and carbon nanotubes (CNTs) recently gave birth to a large body of new hybrid nanomaterials (MNPs-CNTs) featuring properties that are otherwise not in reach with only the graphitic or metallic cores themselves. These materials feature enhanced magnetically guided motions (rotation and translation), magnetic saturation and coercivity, large surface area, and thermal stability. By guiding the reader through the most significant examples in this Concept paper, we describe how researchers in the field engineered and exploited the synergistic combination of these two types of nanoparticles in a large variety of current and potential applications, such as magnetic fluid hyperthermia therapeutics and in magnetic resonance imaging to name a few. Nano-synergy: Merging of carbon nanotubes and magnetic nanoparticles gave birth to hybrids featuring properties not in reach with only the graphitic or metallic cores themselves. This has opened the way to a wide range of applications, such as magnetic fluid hyperthermia or magnetic resonance imaging among others (see figure).

langue originaleAnglais
Pages (de - à)9288-9301
Nombre de pages14
journalChemistry: A European Journal
Volume21
Numéro de publication26
Les DOIs
étatPublié - 1 juin 2015

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Carbon Nanotubes
Carbon nanotubes
Nanoparticles
Magnetic fluids
Magnetic resonance
Imaging techniques
Saturation magnetization
Coercive force
Merging
Nanostructured materials
Thermodynamic stability

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Magnetically-Active Carbon Nanotubes at Work. / Stopin, Antoine; Pineux, Florent; Marega, Riccardo; Bonifazi, Davide.

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