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fer·ric ox·ide

(fer'ik oks'īd),
A compound used as a coloring material.
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The Central-European SentiMag study: sentinel lymph node biopsy with superparamagnetic iron oxide (SPIO) vs radioisotope.
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Ten years ago, we developed the first truly sustainable method of producing yellow iron oxide (based on 60-years of chemically testing on the iron source, we believe the source will continue to produce iron for the next couple centuries).
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The result was a new material that combines a phenomenon in lutetium oxide called "planar rumpling" with the magnetic properties of iron oxide to achieve multiferroic properties at room temperature.
Terence Yu said, 'This move signifies the next phase of our global growth and development strategy, while demonstrating leadership in the market in terms of both technology solutions and environmental responsibility and sustainability." This phase 2 expansion will add 20,000 MT per annum (mtpa) of high-performance iron oxide pigments to the 65,000 MT site's current capacity using our leading technology while meeting the highest environmental standards.
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