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University of Cincinnati

Unconfined, Uncoated Iron-Oxide Nanoparticles

Caption: This is a view of unconfined, uncoated iron-oxide nanoparticles as seen via a transmission electron microscope. These nanoparticles, when heated, can be applied to cancer cells in order to kill those cells.

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