So you can calculate the diameter of smallest

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Unformatted text preview: o you can calculate the diameter of smallest nanoparticle with condition, such as E should be larger than 100kT. For higher capacity, you may want the materials which have high Ku. FePt is one of the materials having high Ku = 2 x 107J/m3. Here Ku is different from the value you use in homework. Both of them are fine. You can calculate the radius and diameter, r = 0.79nm, d=1.6nm The diameter of the smallest particle (FePt) would be 1.6nm. Let’s assume ligand is oleic acid and its length is 2nm. 3...
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