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Light Scattering Determination of Magnetic Moments of Magnetotactic Bacteria (invited)
Journal of Applied Physics
  • Charles Rosenblatt, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • F. F. Torres de Araujo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Richard B. Frankel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Publication Date
3-1-1982
Abstract
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.
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Citation Information
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 Vol. 53 Iss. 3 (1982) p. 2727 - 2729
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rfrankel/43/