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How can we tuned magnetic response of a composite particles to an applied field

Composite particles contain two or more components and therefore they could have several advantages over single component particles, as multifuntionality, novel functions or enhanced properties. Their properties are induced by interactions between the constituents and depend not

Is the gravimetric water content true? NIR spectroscopy gives an answer for polymers and composites

The more water is inside the polymer, the more intense the peak.

A common way to measure water content is by weighting the polymer or a composite sample, using a gravimetric method. This method often overlooks that there is already some water inside the initial (mistakenly called “dry”) material.