Why iron oxide nanoflowers are great candidates for magnetic hyperthermia

P. Bender, Jeppe Fock, Cathrine Frandsen, Mikkel Fougt Hansen, C. Balceris, F. Ludwig, O. Posth, E. Wetterskog, L.K. Bogart, P. Southern, W. Szczerba, L. Zeng, C. Grüttner, F. Westphal, D. Honecker, D. González-Alonso, L. Fernández Barquín, C. Johansson

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Original languageEnglish
Publication date2017
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventNanomaterials Applied to Life Sciences 2017 - Gijón, Spain
Duration: 13 Dec 201715 Dec 2017

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ConferenceNanomaterials Applied to Life Sciences 2017
CountrySpain
CityGijón
Period13/12/201715/12/2017

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Bender, P., Fock, J., Frandsen, C., Hansen, M. F., Balceris, C., Ludwig, F., Posth, O., Wetterskog, E., Bogart, L. K., Southern, P., Szczerba, W., Zeng, L., Grüttner, C., Westphal, F., Honecker, D., González-Alonso, D., Barquín, L. F., & Johansson, C. (2017). Why iron oxide nanoflowers are great candidates for magnetic hyperthermia. Abstract from Nanomaterials Applied to Life Sciences 2017, Gijón, Spain.