After a brief historical classification of the main discoveries related to magnetism, magnetic materials have been rationally ordered in a simple (and hopefully clear) organization. A great effort was realized in the description of the different synthetic approaches for the preparation of magnet-sensitive materials (in particular, focusing on iron oxides). The principal useful techniques for evaluating the magnetic properties in materials (namely, MFM and magnetization hysteresis) have been presented, providing useful examples in order to understand both the potentiality and limits of these characterization methods. Finally, the application of magnet-sensitive materials in water remediation processes has been provided, highlighting both advantages and disadvantages of their use compared to conventional treatments. In this context, the action mechanism and the possible integration of this class of materials into processes involving wastewater treatments are widely discussed, keeping an eye toward the future perspectives.

Nisticò, R. (2017). Magnetic materials and water treatments for a sustainable future. RESEARCH ON CHEMICAL INTERMEDIATES, 43(12), 6911-6949 [10.1007/s11164-017-3029-x].

Magnetic materials and water treatments for a sustainable future

Nisticò, R.
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2017

Abstract

After a brief historical classification of the main discoveries related to magnetism, magnetic materials have been rationally ordered in a simple (and hopefully clear) organization. A great effort was realized in the description of the different synthetic approaches for the preparation of magnet-sensitive materials (in particular, focusing on iron oxides). The principal useful techniques for evaluating the magnetic properties in materials (namely, MFM and magnetization hysteresis) have been presented, providing useful examples in order to understand both the potentiality and limits of these characterization methods. Finally, the application of magnet-sensitive materials in water remediation processes has been provided, highlighting both advantages and disadvantages of their use compared to conventional treatments. In this context, the action mechanism and the possible integration of this class of materials into processes involving wastewater treatments are widely discussed, keeping an eye toward the future perspectives.
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Adsorption; Iron oxides; Magnetic force microscopy (MFM); Magnetic materials; Magnetization hysteresis; Nanotechnology; Wastewater treatments;
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Nisticò, R. (2017). Magnetic materials and water treatments for a sustainable future. RESEARCH ON CHEMICAL INTERMEDIATES, 43(12), 6911-6949 [10.1007/s11164-017-3029-x].
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