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This is not the case for small coated particles. , 1975). 42 Steen Morup, James A. Dumesic, and Henrik Topsoe the surface. , the surface has a noncollinear magnetic structure. A similar result was obtained by Berkowitz et al. (1975). These authors studied the magnetization of 8-nm NiFe 2 0 4 particles coated with organic molecules such as oleic acid. The coated particles reached only 75% of the normal saturation magnetization in an applied magnetic field of 200 kG. Particles in alcohol did not show such a deviation from saturation magneti zation.