- ferro- + fluid (Wiktionary)
“The magnet attracts the surfactant by drawing a solution of microscopic particles of magnets called ferrofluid through the water.”
“Once saturated with this "ferrofluid" mixture, the paper is coated with a biocompatible plastic film, which makes it water resistant, prevents the fluid from evaporating and improves mechanical properties such as strength, stiffness and elasticity.”
“Once saturated with this 'ferrofluid' mixture, the paper is coated with a biocompatible plastic film, which makes it water resistant, prevents the fluid from evaporating and improves mechanical properties such as strength, stiffness and elasticity.”
“So if you magnetize the screw from a meat grinder so the magnetic flux is denser at the top than it is at the bottom, the ferrofluid will climb the screw like staircase.”
“Elle Starkman Iron Lotus This lotus-like flower shape is actually a ferrofluid, a liquid mixed with small metallic particles.”
“Sachiko Kodama uses ferrofluid to create dynamic sculptures called Morpho”
“Try getting to know one first, maybe going out for coffee or ferrofluid and having a conversation, before trying to get it into the copulation chamber.”
“The spectacular sculpture in the video below is made using a ferrofluid and electromagnets.”
“This guide shows you how to make your own ferrofluid at home.”
“My most recent obsession is ferrofluid, a liquid containing ferromagnetic nanoparticles that respond strongly to magnets, while remaining in liquid suspension.”
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