Magnetic dispersions based on ionic liquids: Next generation of magnetic fluids

C.A. Guerrero-Sanchez, T. Lara-Ceniceros, E. Jimenez-Regalado, M.V Rasa, U.S. Schubert

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Abstract

Magnetic fluids have been prepared by dispersing iron oxide particles in different ionic liquids as novel carriers. The fluids have been characterized by magnetization, magnetorheological and sedimentation measurements, as well as optical microscopy. The obtained results revealed that the rheological properties of the dispersions can be reversibly modified in the presence of a magnetic field. Furthermore, the investigated dispersions have shown a low sedimentation rate without the use of any stabilizing agent, depending mainly on the type of used ionic liquid. The control of the rheological characteristics of these dispersions by means of a magnetic field in combination with the novel properties of different ionic liquids may yield "new and smart" materials for numerous applications including: medical therapies (drug delivery and cancer therapeutic methods), engineering devices (dampers and breaks), and accurate transportation and delivery of substances in multi-phase biological and chemical systems.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAbstracts of Papers of the 233rd ACS National Meeting, 25-29 March 2007, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Place of PublicationChicago, Illinois, USA
PagesINOR-039
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Event233rd ACS National Meeting - Chicago, United States
Duration: 25 Mar 200729 Mar 2007

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Conference233rd ACS National Meeting
CountryUnited States
CityChicago
Period25/03/0729/03/07

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Ionic Liquids
Magnetic fluids
Dispersions
Sedimentation
Magnetic fields
Intelligent materials
Excipients
Medical applications
Drug delivery
Optical microscopy
Magnetization
Fluids

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Guerrero-Sanchez, C. A., Lara-Ceniceros, T., Jimenez-Regalado, E., Rasa, M. V., & Schubert, U. S. (2007). Magnetic dispersions based on ionic liquids: Next generation of magnetic fluids. In Abstracts of Papers of the 233rd ACS National Meeting, 25-29 March 2007, Chicago, Illinois, USA (pp. INOR-039). Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Guerrero-Sanchez, C.A. ; Lara-Ceniceros, T. ; Jimenez-Regalado, E. ; Rasa, M.V ; Schubert, U.S. / Magnetic dispersions based on ionic liquids: Next generation of magnetic fluids. Abstracts of Papers of the 233rd ACS National Meeting, 25-29 March 2007, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2007. pp. INOR-039
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Magnetic dispersions based on ionic liquids: Next generation of magnetic fluids. / Guerrero-Sanchez, C.A.; Lara-Ceniceros, T.; Jimenez-Regalado, E.; Rasa, M.V; Schubert, U.S.

Abstracts of Papers of the 233rd ACS National Meeting, 25-29 March 2007, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2007. p. INOR-039.

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Guerrero-Sanchez CA, Lara-Ceniceros T, Jimenez-Regalado E, Rasa MV, Schubert US. Magnetic dispersions based on ionic liquids: Next generation of magnetic fluids. In Abstracts of Papers of the 233rd ACS National Meeting, 25-29 March 2007, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Chicago, Illinois, USA. 2007. p. INOR-039