Light Scattering Determination of Magnetic Moments of Magnetotactic Bacteria (invited)
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NOTE: At the time of publication, the author Richard B. Frankel was not yet affiliated with Cal Poly.
Light scattering is used to determine the average lengths and magnetic moments of magnetotactic bacteria in culture. The results are consistent with estimates made from electron micrographs.
Charles Rosenblatt, F. F. Torres de Araujo, and Richard B. Frankel. "Light Scattering Determination of Magnetic Moments of Magnetotactic Bacteria (invited)" Journal of Applied Physics 53.3 (1982): 2727-2729.
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