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Dec 06, 2016 Magnetic separation is a versatile technique used in sample preparation for diagnostic purpose. For such application, an external magnetic field is applied to drive the separation of target entity (e.g. bacteria, viruses, parasites and cancer cells) from a complex raw sample in order to ease the subsequent task(s) for disease diagnosis

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  • Frontiers | Magnetic Separation in Bioprocessing Beyond
    Frontiers | Magnetic Separation in Bioprocessing Beyond

    Table 1 offers an overview of magnetic separation principles, while Figure 2 presents the set-up of some existing designs. The separation strategy is dependent on the target molecule and includes not only the actual magnetic separation process but also the interaction between the magnetic material and the target molecules

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  • Magnetic particle separation, a short review - Elveflow
    Magnetic particle separation, a short review - Elveflow

    Commercial magnetic particle separation. One of the earliest works in magnetic capturing using bulk magnets was reported by Miltenyi in [1]. In this work, a Magnetic Cell Sorter (MACS) from Miltenyi Biotec is used to separate cells labeled with magnetic particles from non-labeled cells. Three basic steps can be observed: the objects of interest

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  • Magnetic and Electrostatic Separation - ScienceDirect
    Magnetic and Electrostatic Separation - ScienceDirect

    Jan 01, 2016 The current used to induce magnetization is said to set up a magnetic flux; this is defined as the number of magnetic lines of forces crossing perpendicular to a unit area, and is generally represented by the letter B. Thus, flux may be induced or exist naturally; it is a vector quantity and represents the flux density

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  • Separation Techniques | Classification of Matter
    Separation Techniques | Classification of Matter

    Magnetic Separation. Magnetic separation is a process in which magnetically susceptible material is extracted from a mixture using a magnetic force. This separation technique can be useful in mining iron as it is attracted to a magnet. Magnetism is ideal for separating mixtures of two solids with one part having magnetic

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  • Magnetic Separation of Gemstones
    Magnetic Separation of Gemstones

    diameters offered a very strong magnetic fi eld in a manageable, cost-effective size. It was more important to ‘quarantine’ the test set up from magnetic materials and electrical conductors or air currents in the environment than to use larger magnets, particularly for certain test arrangements. Three approaches were used for testing

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  • Magnetic Ore Separator
    Magnetic Ore Separator

    Jan 16, 2017 In examining the results of separation, we find that the heads compose one-half of the original material by weight, and carry 67 per cent, of iron, or 92.5 of magnetic oxide, equal to 46.3 out of the original 48.3 in the crude ore, while the tails contain the remainder, which is 2 per cent, of magnetic

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  • Magnetic Flux, Induction, and Faraday’s Law | Boundless
    Magnetic Flux, Induction, and Faraday’s Law | Boundless

    magnetic field: A condition in the space around a magnet or electric current in which there is a detectable magnetic force, and where two magnetic poles are present. frame of reference : A coordinate system or set of axes within which to measure the position, orientation, and other properties of objects in it

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  • How to Use Frequency Separation in Photoshop (Step by
    How to Use Frequency Separation in Photoshop (Step by

    Frequency separation is a technique for creating smooth skin with Photoshop. Portrait photographers use frequency separation for detailed retouching. This article will take you through the step-by-step process of using frequency separation. You’ll be able to create smooth skin in Photoshop without destroying the texture

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  • Separation and Purification Technology | Journal
    Separation and Purification Technology | Journal

    Separation and Purification Technology is a journal dedicated to the dissemination of novel methods for separation and purification in chemical and environmental engineering for homogeneous solutions and heterogeneous mixtures.This includes any separation and/or purification of liquids, vapors … Read more

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  • Production of Electromagnetic Waves | Physics
    Production of Electromagnetic Waves | Physics

    The magnetic part of the wave has the same period and wavelength as the electric part, since they are both produced by the same movement and separation of charges in the antenna. The electric and magnetic waves are shown together at one instant in time in Figure 3. The electric and magnetic fields produced by a long straight wire antenna are

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  • Magnetic separation in microfluidic systems — Welcome to
    Magnetic separation in microfluidic systems — Welcome to

    The set-up and experimental protocol are described in detail. Results are presented for ’active’ magnetic bead separators, where on-chip microfabricated electromagnets supply the magnetic field and field gradients necessary for magnetic bead separation. It is shown conceptually how such a system can be applied for parallel biochemical

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  • Home - Reflex Industries INC
    Home - Reflex Industries INC

    Particle separation for Washing using Vacuum Aspiration : Catalog Number: 9624PCR A fast and effective magnet array for 96-well PCR and standard MicroPlates involving ParaMagnetic Particle separation for Washing using Vacuum Aspiration Custom Guthrie Cards Up to six or eight blood spots per filter paper card, each with the same or different doses

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  • Two solenoids are set up as shown. The separation
    Two solenoids are set up as shown. The separation

    Question: Two solenoids are set up as shown. The separation between them is small enough to keep the magnetic field uniform. They both have n=200turns per unit length and both carrying current I1=−50mA and I2=30mA. Note that if the given current is negative, it will flow in

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  • Magnetic Separation: The Basics
    Magnetic Separation: The Basics

    Feb 28, 2020 Magnetic separation is the process of separating magnetic materials from non-magnetic materials using a magnetic system. After World War II, this process became popular in scrap yards to separate metal particles from vehicles; however, the process is more sophisticated than that. In fact, one of the major benefits of magnetic separation is that

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  • Magnetic Separation - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
    Magnetic Separation - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    2.5 Magnetic Separation of Yeasts in Sparkling Wines. Recently, Berovic et al. (2014) proposed a novel method for the magnetic separation of exhausted yeast biomass from sparkling wine by making the cells responsive to a magnetic field through the surface adsorption of superparamagnetic iron oxide maghemite (γ-Fe 2 O 3) nanoparticles. These nanoparticles are coated with a thin layer of silica and grafted with

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  • Magnetic separation – an attractive sorting option
    Magnetic separation – an attractive sorting option

    Apr 02, 2020 Magnetic tracers have been developed and are used to set up magnetic equipment, to make comparisons between magnetic equipment and processes and for spiking samples for audits. These advances have significantly improved the magnetic separation process and have created new opportunities for where a separator can be applied in a plant to improve

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  • Magnetic Methods | Environmental Geophysics
    Magnetic Methods | Environmental Geophysics

    The base-station memory magnetometer, when used, is set up every day prior to collection of the magnetic data. Ideally the base station is placed at least 100 m from any large metal objects or traveled roads and at least 500 m from any power lines when feasible

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  • Biomagnetic separation techniques - Manufacturing
    Biomagnetic separation techniques - Manufacturing

    Apr 20, 2016 The separation of the ligand in solution is achieved by applying magnetic forces that physically move the magnetic carriers to a retention area. It is then easy to wash, and the particle-target complexes, and then re-suspends on a clean buffer where it is possible to elute the purified target and separate the magnetic carrier once again

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