2017 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to understanding of magnetic nanoparticles
2007 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For innovative research on magnetic nanoparticles and their interactions, the development of novel selfassembly techniques to prepare ordered nanoparticle assemblies, and the design of plasmonic magnetic nanoparticles for biomedicine
Sara A. Majetich mainly investigates Nanoparticle, Nanotechnology, Magnetization, Superparamagnetism and Magnetic nanoparticles. The study incorporates disciplines such as Particle and Hysteresis in addition to Nanoparticle. Her Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hard X-radiation, Plasmon and Dispersity.
The various areas that Sara A. Majetich examines in her Magnetization study include Crystallography and Paramagnetism, Condensed matter physics, Coercivity. Her research in Superparamagnetism intersects with topics in Iron oxide nanoparticles, Iron oxide and Mineralogy. Magnetic hysteresis is closely connected to Ferromagnetism in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Magnetic nanoparticles.
Her primary areas of investigation include Nanoparticle, Condensed matter physics, Magnetic nanoparticles, Magnetization and Nanotechnology. Sara A. Majetich has included themes like Chemical physics, Monolayer, Transmission electron microscopy, Coercivity and Nuclear magnetic resonance in her Nanoparticle study. Her Condensed matter physics research incorporates themes from Magnetic anisotropy, Demagnetizing field, Superparamagnetism and Anisotropy.
She combines subjects such as Analytical chemistry, Ferromagnetism, Particle size, Magnetic hysteresis and Metallurgy with her study of Magnetic nanoparticles. Her work deals with themes such as Crystallography, Particle, Paramagnetism and Hysteresis, which intersect with Magnetization. Her studies in Nanotechnology integrate themes in fields like Iron oxide, Plasmon and Dispersity.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Condensed matter physics, Nanoparticle, Magnetic nanoparticles, Anisotropy and Magnetic anisotropy. Her Condensed matter physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Magnetization and Demagnetizing field. Her Magnetization research integrates issues from Magnetite Nanoparticles and Moment.
Her studies deal with areas such as Spin wave, Nuclear magnetic resonance, Core shell, Spin magnetic moment and Grain size as well as Nanoparticle. Her study looks at the relationship between Magnetic nanoparticles and fields such as Spin canting, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Her Magnetic anisotropy research incorporates elements of Zeeman effect and Neutron scattering.
Her primary scientific interests are in Condensed matter physics, Magnetic nanoparticles, Anisotropy, Spin canting and Magnetic anisotropy. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Magnetic domain, Magnetization and Magnetostatics. Her Magnetization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Coercivity, Moment and Antiferromagnetism.
In general Magnetic nanoparticles study, her work on Magnetic hyperthermia often relates to the realm of Structural stability, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her Spin canting research includes themes of Crystallography, Nanoparticle, Spins, Core shell and Small-angle neutron scattering. Her research integrates issues of Zeeman effect, Neutron scattering and Spin-½ in her study of Magnetic anisotropy.
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TCE dechlorination rates, pathways, and efficiency of nanoscale iron particles with different properties.
Yueqiang Liu;Sara A Majetich;Robert D Tilton;David S Sholl.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
The 2014 Magnetism Roadmap
Robert L. Stamps;Stephan Breitkreutz;Johan Åkerman;Johan Åkerman;Andrii V. Chumak.
Journal of Physics D (2014)
Synthesis and utilization of monodisperse superparamagnetic colloidal particles for magnetically controllable photonic crystals
Xiangling Xu;Gary Friedman;Keith D. Humfeld;Sara A. Majetich.
Chemistry of Materials (2002)
Superparamagnetism in carbon-coated Co particles produced by the Kratschmer carbon arc process.
M. E. McHenry;S. A. Majetich;J. O. Artman;M. DeGraef.
Physical Review B (1994)
Gold-coated iron nanoparticles for biomedical applications
Min Chen;Saeki Yamamuro;Dorothy Farrell;Sara A. Majetich.
Journal of Applied Physics (2003)
Superparamagnetic Photonic Crystals
X. Xu;G. Friedman;K. D. Humfeld;S. A. Majetich.
Advanced Materials (2001)
Magnetization Directions of Individual Nanoparticles
S. A. Majetich;Y. Jin.
Morphology, structure, and growth of nanoparticles produced in a carbon arc.
John Henry J. Scott;Sara A. Majetich.
Physical Review B (1995)
Preparation and properties of carbon-coated magnetic nanocrystallites.
SA Majetich;JO Artman;ME McHenry;NT Nuhfer.
Physical Review B (1993)
Magnetostatic interactions in magnetic nanoparticle assemblies: energy, time and length scales
S A Majetich;M Sachan.
Journal of Physics D (2006)
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