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The Book: Ferrocell and Magnetic Patterns. Concepts, Experiments and Demonstrations
Investigating Isogyres in Ferrofluids and Horocycles from Parlaseric Circle in a Ferrocell
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Gravity and magnetic field dependent study of diffraction patterns in ferrofluids
Concepts in experimental optics ACH4074 (DeepL English Translation of PesquisaArcolris)
Complex Functions, Multipoles and Light Polarization in a Ferrocell
A PhD Thesis Using the Ferrocell Device - Dr. Emmanouil Markoulakis
Real time observations of net quantum magnetism in matter with a nanomagnetic ferrolens and emulation of a flux manifold fiber model for the -e charge - YouTube video Trilogy by Emmanouil Markoulakis
Optical Vortex and Ferrocell (YouTube)
Study of Light Polarization by Ferrofluid Film Using Jones Calculus
Electromagnetic Lensing using a Ferrocell (preprint PDF) - Experimental results
Horocycles of Light (YouTube video) and the published paper Horocycles of Light in a Ferrocell
Ferrocell movie for the Magnetism and Magnetics Webinar 2021 (YouTube)
Ferrocell presentation for the Magnetism and Magnetics Webinar 2021 References/Setups
Links to text References for MMM2021
Magnetism from B.C. to 21st Century- A highly educational journey about Magnetism
Non-Uniform Diffraction Pattern of 2D-Cross-Grating---Rotating Grating Around Three Axes
Artificial Black Holes of Electromagnetic Fields
Investigating Dynamical Systems using Optic-Fluidics (Chaos conference paper 2020)
Extinction of light by a Ferrocell and ferrofluid layers: A comparison
Self diffraction of the light in magnetic fluids
Polarization dependent extinction coefficients of superparamagnetic colloids in transverse and longitudinal configurations of magnetic field
Demystifying the Ferrocell by L. Gardi
Direct observations of field-induced assembly of magnetite ferrofluids
Real time observation of a stationary Magneton
Observing Dynamical Systems Using Magneto-Controlled Diffraction
Ferrocell USA at the 2019 TechConnect Conference in Boston -Lecture and Powerpoint movie (73Mb file)
or catch it on YouTube
Real time visualization of magnetic fields
Light polarization using ferrofluids and magnetic fields
Light and magnetism interacting with a Ferrocell
Absorption, scattering and emission of light by small particles
Light scattering in a magnetically polarizable nanoparticle suspension
Transient optical phenomenon in ferrofluids
Magnetically controlled optical elements
Direct observation of dipolar chains in iron ferrofluids...
Photonic mapping of magnetic fields (Thesis)
Photographs of a Ferrofluid Cell
Analysis of superparamagnetic materials
Geometrical theory of diffraction
Educational tool for learning quantum science
Ferrohydrodynamics, R.E. Rosensweig
Rayleigh anomaly-surface plasmon polariton resonances
Toroidal optical activity
A Magnetic Wormhole
Modeling and control of a magnetic fluid deformable mirror for ophthealmic adaptive optics systems (Thesis)
Magnetite (Fe3O4) properties synthesis and applications
Linear and nonlinear approach to the Rosensweig instability
A Magneto-optic Lens Displays an Electromagnetic Field Anomaly in a Magnetic Bloch Wall
Generating heat with metal nanoparticles
Magnetically controlled reflection of a ferrofluid cell
Waveguide-plasmon polaritons enhance transverse magneto-optical Kerr effect
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Optical properties of one-dimensional soft photonic crystals with ferrofluids
Needle-like magnetic clusters in magnetic fluid and their behavior in magnetic fields
Alternative route to charge density wave formation in multiband systems
Localization and waveguiding of surface plasmon polaritons in random nanostructures
Statistical mechanics of superparamagnetic colloidal dispersions under magnetic fields
The hydrodynamics of ferrofluid aggregates
Surface waves and wave resistance in magnetic fluids

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