Magnetic susceptibility of ferrofluids determined from diffusion coefficient of a tracer

Authors

  • Martin Hernandez Cinvestav-IPN
  • Ricardo Peredo Ortiz Instituto de Fisica UASLP

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31349/RevMexFis.68.031003

Keywords:

magnetic susceptibility, ferrofluid, magnetic, nanoparticles, linear response method, diffusion coefficient, dielectric relaxation

Abstract

Linear response methods allow studying magnetic susceptibility relaxation in isotropic colloidal magnetic fluids. We show a relationship between the susceptibility of macroscopic magnetization at thermal equilibrium and the diffusion constant of a tracer particle. The comparison of the predicted frequency-dependent susceptibility with computer simulations shows their agreement. Besides, at a low concentration of particles, it has the expected Debye behavior. However, the initial susceptibility yields only the qualitative trends of the existing experiments at a low volume fraction of particles and its temperature dependence.

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2022-05-01

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Hernandez, Martin, and Ricardo Peredo Ortiz. 2022. “Magnetic Susceptibility of Ferrofluids Determined from Diffusion Coefficient of a Tracer”. Revista Mexicana De Física 68 (3 May-Jun):031003 1-0. https://doi.org/10.31349/RevMexFis.68.031003.