We report on unusual magnetic properties observed for nanofluid room temperature ferromagnetic graphite (with an average particle size of l≃10nm). More precisely, the measured magnetization exhibits a low temperature anomaly (attributed to the manifestation of finite size effects below the quantum temperature T1∝h2/l2) as well as pronounced temperature oscillations above T = 50K (attributed to manifestation of the hard-sphere type of pair correlations between ferromagnetic particles in the nanofluid). © 2009 IOP Publishing Ltd.
Sergeenkov, S., Souza, N. S., Speglich, C., Rivera, V. A. G., Cardoso, C. A., Pardo, H., Mombrú, A. W., & Araújo-Moreira, F. M. (2009). Temperature oscillations of magnetization observed in nanofluid ferromagnetic graphite. Journal of Physics Condensed Matter. https://doi.org/10.1088/0953-8984/21/49/495303