Ferrofluids: Liquid or Solid Magnets?
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Have you seen a liquid magnet? FERROFLUID, it is. Ferrofluid is simply a fluid with tiny magnetic particles floating in it. When placed near a magnet, the iron particles in the fluid get attracted to it. This causes the whole liquid to become magnetic. While this technology was originally intended for rocket fuels, this use never came to fruition. Nonetheless, ferrofluids have found several niche applications in more recent years which has fuelled scientific research and development in the field of magnetic fluids. From electronics to artistic interpretations, from stealth technology to biotechnology, companies have been exploring additional uses of this smart fluid. Explore further about this flubber-like substance and learn how many a time the solution to most difficult problems lies in simple answers...

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