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Liliana Patricia Ramírez

Liliana Patricia Ramírez
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PhD in physical chemistry (Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces and Potsdam University and master in pharmaceutical sciences (Utrecht university)

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October 2001 - April 2004
Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces
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  • Research Associate
Description
  • My PhD thesis on superpara- and paramagnetic polymer colloids by miniemulsion processes dealt with the design of novel magnetic nanostructured materials, their characterization and their potential applications in several fields.

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Publications (10)
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The entire research work published in this paper was part of my doctorate thesis “Superpara- and paramagnetic polymer colloids by miniemulsion processes” submitted in February 2004 at the Max Planck institute of colloids and interfaces in Golm, Germany ( Please see the following link for more information about my PhD thesis: http://opus.kobv.de/ubp...
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Aqueous ferrofluids of maghemite nanoparticles coated with carboxydextran were investigated with respect to their specific loss power (SLP) in dependence on frequency and field amplitude of magnetic AC-fields. In order to elucidate the effect of the size distribution on SLP fluid fractions with different mean particle core size were prepared by a m...
Thesis
Combining the magnetic properties of a given material with the tremendous advantages of colloids can exponentially increase the advantages of both systems. This thesis deals with the field of magnetic nanotechnology. Thus, the design and characterization of new magnetic colloids with fascinating properties compared with the bulk materials is presen...
Article
The entire research work published in this paper was part of my doctorate thesis “Superpara- and paramagnetic polymer colloids by miniemulsion processes” submitted in February 2004 at the Max Planck institute of colloids and interfaces in Golm, Germany ( Please see the following link for more information about my PhD thesis: http://opus.kobv.de/ubp...
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A new kind of gel-type magnetic cation-exchange resin based on stainless steel microspheres coated with sulfonated polystyrene-co-divinylbenzene has been synthesized in a two-step process. First, magnetic polymeric beads were prepared by radical suspension polymerization, after which these particles were functionalized by a post-polymerization sulf...
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The encapsulation of high amounts of magnetite into polystyrene particles can efficiently be achieved by a new three-step preparation route including two miniemulsion processes. In the first step, a dispersion of oleic acid coated magnetite particles in octane is obtained. In the second step, magnetite aggregates in water are produced in a miniemul...
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La polimerización en suspensión es una de las técnicas de polimerización más ampliamente usada en la industria química para la producción de micropartículas poliméricas.El objetivo de este trabajo es, después de recopilar información de numerosas fuentes y obtener conclusiones a partir del trabajo propio de los autores, intentar facilitar el diseño...
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Se presentan técnicas existentes de polimerización e información existente en la bibliografía sobre un buen número de aspectos relativos a la práctica de la polimerización en suspensión

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