Microwave absorbing properties of ferrite-based nanocomposites
Paper in proceedings, 2007

A study of the microwave absorbing properties of polymer (epoxy) based nanocomposites is presented. The ferrite nanoparticles employed as filler materials were produced by a co-precipitation method, which was designed for production of large amounts at low cost. The absorbing properties of different kinds of ferrite nanoparticles, soft (manganese) and hard (cobalt) magnetic nanoparticles, are compared. In addition, the impact of high and low densities of the respective ferrite type has been investigated. Our analysis of the microwave absorbing properties is made over a wide frequency band including both MHz and GHz regions, which is of high interest for a number of different applications both military and civilian.

Author

Anna Jänis

Chalmers, Materials and Manufacturing Technology

Uta Klement

Chalmers, Materials and Manufacturing Technology

Proceedings of SPIE

Vol. 6526 65261P-1--10-
978-0-8194-6647-1 (ISBN)

Subject Categories

Materials Engineering

Other Materials Engineering

ISBN

978-0-8194-6647-1

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10/6/2017