σs Values, Langevin fit parameters, Dmag values, molecular weights, and magnetic moments BMS 182874 MnxFe3−xO4 NPs.Mn content (x)σs (emu/g)dm (nm)Δ (nm)Dmag (nm)M (g/mole)Magnetic Moment (µB)0.047.312.01.017.87231.5351.960.239.215.01.016.98231.3531.620.433.910.01.015.98231.1721.400.633.110.00.814.90230.9911.370.827.110.00.613.79230.8091.121.025.65.00.913.03230.6281.06Full-size tableTable optionsView in workspaceDownload as CSV
Mn content, b, Keff, and α values MnxFe3−xO4 NPs.Mn content (x)b (Oe2)Keff (Erg/g)α0.01.416×10734.47×10422.214.171.1246×10729.46×104126.96.36.1990×10728.01×10472.240.62.034×10728.91×10460.440.82.260×10724.95×10441.351.01.939×10721.83×10430.52Full-size tableTable optionsView in workspaceDownload as CSV
The numerical calculations performed by Respaud et al. showed that the magnetic anisotropy has no significant effect on magnetization if α coefficient values are less than 1–2  and . In Table 2, endosperm is seen that corresponding α values for our samples are between minimum 30.52 and maximum 135.15. Even the minimum value is much above the limit of 1–2. Therefore, the investigated MnxFe3−xO4 NPs are in a highly anisotropic region described by Respaud et al.