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Essa, K. S., K. H. Mahmoud, and Y. - H. Chemin, Magnetosphere and Solar Winds, Humans and Communication, , London, InTechOpen, 2022.
Hatton, A. T., S. - E. K. Fateen, and others, Magnetophoretic focusing on submicron particles dispersed in a polymer-stabilized magnetic fluid, : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2002. Abstract
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Fateen, S. K., Magnetophoretic focusing of submicron particles dispersed in a polymer-based magnetic fluid, : Doctoral Thesis. 2002, MIT: Cambridge, 2002. Abstract
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Fateen, S. - E. K., "Magnetophoresis of Nonmagnetic, Submicrometer Particles in Magnetic Fluids", Singapore-MIT Alliance (SMA) Symposium, 2004. Abstract
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Abdelazeem, M., M. Fathy, and M. Gobashy, "Magnetometric Identification of Sub-basins for Hydrocarbon Potentialities in Qattara Ridge, North Western Desert, Egypt", pure and applied geophysics, vol. 178, pp. 995–1020, 2021.
El-Mistikawy, T. M. A., and H. A. Attia, "Magnetohydrodynamic flow near the edge of a rotating disk", Canadian Journal of Physics, vol. 81, issue 9, pp. 1141-1149, 2003.
Ahmed, M.A., B. E. - D. S. T. S. I., "Magnetoelectric characteristics of Dy 2.8Sr 0.2Fe 5O 12 garnet (DySrIG)", EPJ Applied Physics, vol. 59, no. 2, 2012. AbstractWebsite

The effect of dc magnetic field on the capacitance, impedance and resistance of Dy2.8Sr0. 2Fe 5O 12 (DySrIG) prepared using the citrate-nitrate auto-combustion method was studied at room temperature. The measurements were carried out in two ways; the first one in which the dc magnetic field and the ac electric field are parallel (//) to each other and the second one in which the magnetic field and ac electric fields are perpendicular to each other. The magnetoimpedance of Dy 2.8Sr 0.2Fe 5O 12 increases by about 80% in the case (at 1650Oe and 450kHz) with respect to its values at zero magnetic field. The results of the study encourage the use of this garnet nanomaterial in magnetic sensors, in new devices including tunable filter and spintronic applications. © © 2012 EDP Sciences.

Ahmed, M.A., B. E. - D. S. T. S. I., "Magnetoelectric characteristics of Dy 2.8Sr 0.2Fe 5O 12 garnet (DySrIG)", EPJ Applied Physics, vol. 59, no. 2, 2012. AbstractWebsite

The effect of dc magnetic field on the capacitance, impedance and resistance of Dy2.8Sr0. 2Fe 5O 12 (DySrIG) prepared using the citrate-nitrate auto-combustion method was studied at room temperature. The measurements were carried out in two ways; the first one in which the dc magnetic field and the ac electric field are parallel (//) to each other and the second one in which the magnetic field and ac electric fields are perpendicular to each other. The magnetoimpedance of Dy 2.8Sr 0.2Fe 5O 12 increases by about 80% in the case (at 1650Oe and 450kHz) with respect to its values at zero magnetic field. The results of the study encourage the use of this garnet nanomaterial in magnetic sensors, in new devices including tunable filter and spintronic applications. © © 2012 EDP Sciences.

Ahmed, M. A., S. T. Bishay, and S. I. El-dek, "Magnetoelectric characteristics of Dy 2.8Sr 0.2Fe 5O 12 garnet (DySrIG)", EPJ Applied Physics, vol. 59, issue 2, 2012. AbstractWebsite

The effect of dc magnetic field on the capacitance, impedance and resistance of Dy2.8Sr0. 2Fe 5O 12 (DySrIG) prepared using the citrate-nitrate auto-combustion method was studied at room temperature. The measurements were carried out in two ways; the first one in which the dc magnetic field and the ac electric field are parallel (//) to each other and the second one in which the magnetic field and ac electric fields are perpendicular to each other. The magnetoimpedance of Dy 2.8Sr 0.2Fe 5O 12 increases by about 80% in the case (at 1650Oe and 450kHz) with respect to its values at zero magnetic field. The results of the study encourage the use of this garnet nanomaterial in magnetic sensors, in new devices including tunable filter and spintronic applications. © © 2012 EDP Sciences.

Abdelmigeed, M. O., E. G. Al-Sakkari, M. S. Hefney, F. M. Ismail, A. Abdelghany, T. S. Ahmed, and I. M. Ismail, "Magnetized ZIF-8 impregnated with sodium hydroxide as a heterogeneous catalyst for high-quality biodiesel production", Renewable Energy , vol. 165, pp. 405-419, 2021.
Abdelmigeed, M. O., E. G. Al-Sakkari, M. S. Hefney, F. M. Ismail, A. Abdelghany, T. S. Ahmed, and I. M. Ismail, "Magnetized ZIF-8 impregnated with sodium hydroxide as a heterogeneous catalyst for high-quality biodiesel production", Renewable Energy, vol. 165, pp. 405-419, 2021.
El-Ghany, W. A. A., "Magnetized water as an alternative strategy to improve the poultry production system", Iranian Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology, vol. 14, issue 3, pp. 1-10., 2022. 10.22067_ijvst.2022.75392.1118.pdf
Mahmoud, E. R. I., and M. M. Tash, "Magnetization of Aluminum Surface through Friction Stir Processing", Montreal’2016 AES-ATEMA 28 th International Conference on Advances and Trends in Engineering Materials and their Applications, Montreal, CANADA, Jun 20 - 24, 2016.
Mayergoyz, I. D., A. A. Adly, R. D. Gomez, and E. R. Burke, "Magnetization image reconstruction from magnetic force scanning tunneling microscopy images", Journal of applied physics, vol. 73, no. 10: AIP Publishing, pp. 5799–5801, 1993. Abstract
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Ahmed, M. A., S. M. Ali, S. I. El-dek, and A. Galal, "Magnetite–hematite nanoparticles prepared by green methods for heavy metal ions removal from water", Materials Science and Engineering: B, vol. 178, no. 10, pp. 744 - 751, 2013. AbstractWebsite

Abstract Mixed magnetite–hematite nanoparticles were synthesized via different routes such as, coprecipitation in air and \{N2\} atmosphere, citrate–nitrate, glycine–nitrate and microwave-assisted citrate methods. The prepared samples were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), high resolution transmission electron microscope (HRTEM), \{BET\} measurements and magnetic hysteresis. \{XRD\} data showed the formation of magnetite–hematite mixture with different compositions according to the synthesis method. The particle size was in the range of 4–52 nm for all the prepared samples. From \{HRTEM\} micrographs, it was found that, the synthesis method affects the moropholgy of the prepared samples in terms of crystallinity and porosity. The magnetite–hematite mixture was employed as a sorbent material for removal of some heavy metal ions from water such as lead(II), cadmium(II) and chromium(III). The effects of pH value and the contact time on the adsorption process were studied and optimized in order to obtain the highest possible adsorption efficiency of the magnetite–hematite mixture. The effect of the synthesis method of the magnetite–hematite mixture on the adsorption process was also investigated. It was found that samples prepared by the coprecipitation method had better adsorption efficiency than those prepared by other combustion methods.

, "Magnetite-hematite nanoparticles prepared by green methods for heavy metal ions removal from water", Materials Science and Engineering B: Solid-State Materials for Advanced Technology, vol. 178, no. 10, pp. 744-751, 2013. AbstractWebsite

Mixed magnetite-hematite nanoparticles were synthesized via different routes such as, coprecipitation in air and N2 atmosphere, citrate-nitrate, glycine-nitrate and microwave-assisted citrate methods. The prepared samples were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), high resolution transmission electron microscope (HRTEM), BET measurements and magnetic hysteresis. XRD data showed the formation of magnetite-hematite mixture with different compositions according to the synthesis method. The particle size was in the range of 4-52 nm for all the prepared samples. From HRTEM micrographs, it was found that, the synthesis method affects the moropholgy of the prepared samples in terms of crystallinity and porosity. The magnetite-hematite mixture was employed as a sorbent material for removal of some heavy metal ions from water such as lead(II), cadmium(II) and chromium(III). The effects of pH value and the contact time on the adsorption process were studied and optimized in order to obtain the highest possible adsorption efficiency of the magnetite-hematite mixture. The effect of the synthesis method of the magnetite-hematite mixture on the adsorption process was also investigated. It was found that samples prepared by the coprecipitation method had better adsorption efficiency than those prepared by other combustion methods. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

, "Magnetite-hematite nanoparticles prepared by green methods for heavy metal ions removal from water", Materials Science and Engineering B: Solid-State Materials for Advanced Technology, vol. 178, no. 10, pp. 744-751, 2013. AbstractWebsite

Mixed magnetite-hematite nanoparticles were synthesized via different routes such as, coprecipitation in air and N2 atmosphere, citrate-nitrate, glycine-nitrate and microwave-assisted citrate methods. The prepared samples were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), high resolution transmission electron microscope (HRTEM), BET measurements and magnetic hysteresis. XRD data showed the formation of magnetite-hematite mixture with different compositions according to the synthesis method. The particle size was in the range of 4-52 nm for all the prepared samples. From HRTEM micrographs, it was found that, the synthesis method affects the moropholgy of the prepared samples in terms of crystallinity and porosity. The magnetite-hematite mixture was employed as a sorbent material for removal of some heavy metal ions from water such as lead(II), cadmium(II) and chromium(III). The effects of pH value and the contact time on the adsorption process were studied and optimized in order to obtain the highest possible adsorption efficiency of the magnetite-hematite mixture. The effect of the synthesis method of the magnetite-hematite mixture on the adsorption process was also investigated. It was found that samples prepared by the coprecipitation method had better adsorption efficiency than those prepared by other combustion methods. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Ahmed, M. A., S. M. Ali, S. I. El-dek, and A. Galal, "Magnetite-hematite nanoparticles prepared by green methods for heavy metal ions removal from water", Materials Science and Engineering B: Solid-State Materials for Advanced Technology, vol. 178, issue 10, pp. 744 - 751, 2013. AbstractWebsite

Mixed magnetite-hematite nanoparticles were synthesized via different routes such as, coprecipitation in air and N2 atmosphere, citrate-nitrate, glycine-nitrate and microwave-assisted citrate methods. The prepared samples were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), high resolution transmission electron microscope (HRTEM), BET measurements and magnetic hysteresis. XRD data showed the formation of magnetite-hematite mixture with different compositions according to the synthesis method. The particle size was in the range of 4-52 nm for all the prepared samples. From HRTEM micrographs, it was found that, the synthesis method affects the moropholgy of the prepared samples in terms of crystallinity and porosity. The magnetite-hematite mixture was employed as a sorbent material for removal of some heavy metal ions from water such as lead(II), cadmium(II) and chromium(III). The effects of pH value and the contact time on the adsorption process were studied and optimized in order to obtain the highest possible adsorption efficiency of the magnetite-hematite mixture. The effect of the synthesis method of the magnetite-hematite mixture on the adsorption process was also investigated. It was found that samples prepared by the coprecipitation method had better adsorption efficiency than those prepared by other combustion methods. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Thabet, R. H., M. K. Fouad, I. A. Ali, S. A. Elsherbiney, and M. A. Tony, "Magnetite-based nanoparticles as an efficient hybrid heterogeneous adsorption/oxidation process for reactive textile dye removal from wastewater matrix ", International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, vol. 102, 2021.
Thabet, R. H., M. K. Fouad, I. A. Ali, S. A. Elsherbiney, and M. A. Tony, "Magnetite-based nanoparticles as an efficient hybrid heterogeneous adsorption/oxidation process for reactive textile dye removal from wastewater matrix", International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, vol. 103, issue 11: Taylor & Francis, pp. 2636-2658, 2023. Abstract
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Bassiony, H., S. Sabet, T. A. Salah El-Din, M. M. Mohamed, and A. A. El-Ghor, "Magnetite nanoparticles inhibit tumor growth and upregulate the expression of p53/p16 in ehrlich solid carcinoma bearing mice.", PLOS ONE, vol. 9, issue 11, pp. e111960, 2014.
Sabet, S., T. A. Salah El-Din, M. M. Mohamed, and A. A. El-Ghor, "Magnetite nanoparticles inhibit tumor growth and upregulate the expression of p53/p16 in Ehrlich solid carcinoma bearing mice.", PloS one, vol. 9, issue 11, pp. e111960, 2014. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Magnetite nanoparticles (MNPs) have been widely used as contrast agents and have promising approaches in cancer treatment. In the present study we used Ehrlich solid carcinoma (ESC) bearing mice as a model to investigate MNPs antitumor activity, their effect on expression of p53 and p16 genes as an indicator for apoptotic induction in tumor tissues.

METHOD: MNPs coated with ascorbic acid (size: 25.0±5.0 nm) were synthesized by co-precipitation method and characterized. Ehrlich mice model were treated with MNPs using 60 mg/Kg day by day for 14 injections; intratumorally (IT) or intraperitoneally (IP). Tumor size, pathological changes and iron content in tumor and normal muscle tissues were assessed. We also assessed changes in expression levels of p53 and p16 genes in addition to p53 protein level by immunohistochemistry.

RESULTS: Our results revealed that tumor growth was significantly reduced by IT and IP MNPs injection compared to untreated tumor. A significant increase in p53 and p16 mRNA expression was detected in Ehrlich solid tumors of IT and IP treated groups compared to untreated Ehrlich solid tumor. This increase was accompanied with increase in p53 protein expression. It is worth mentioning that no significant difference in expression of p53 and p16 could be detected between IT ESC and control group.

CONCLUSION: MNPs might be more effective in breast cancer treatment if injected intratumorally to be directed to the tumor tissues.

Bassiony, H., S. Sabet, T. S. A. El-Din, M. M. Mohamed, and A. E. - G. A. mail, "Magnetite nanoparticles inhibit tumor growth and upregulate the expression of p53/p16 in Ehrlich solid carcinoma bearing mice", plos one, vol. 9, issue 11, pp. 1-9, 2014.
Badawy, S. M., "Magnetite nanocomposite films for radiation shielding", Plastic Research Online: Society of Plastics Engineers, 2015. Abstract
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