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In this work, the inclusion of magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) within phospholipid vesicles has been investigated as novel strategy for improving stability and reactivity of these nanoparticles and extending their potential use in the environmental field. Two phospholipids able to form liposomes characterized by different rigidity and stiffness, were used as potential carriers of MNPs. The magneto-responsive liposomes were investigated for their physicochemical and stability properties. Indoi:10.3303/cet1647007 doaj:afa048d50099408a9bc1c2e41ab311ec fatcat:ngiqhmz5bfbuvne6n7xbrwhupq