Infusing a porous solid with a magnetic liquid produces surfaces whose texture can be altered using a magnetic field
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Ferrofluid structure induced by a neodymium magnet reflecting rainbow colors
Dynamic surfaces can be switched by magnetic fields was originally published in Chemistry World.
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