Plain iron oxide particles consist of monodisperse iron oxide aggregates with a diameter of about 250 nm. It is mainly magnetite with crystallite size of 5 – 15 nm and can easily be separated with permanent magnets. The iron oxide shows a low tendency of sedimentation.

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