Quantitative nanoscale vortex imaging using a cryogenic quantum magnetometer.

@article{Thiel2016QuantitativeNV,
  title={Quantitative nanoscale vortex imaging using a cryogenic quantum magnetometer.},
  author={L. Thiel and D. Rohner and M. Ganzhorn and P. Appel and E. Neu and B. M{\"u}ller and R. Kleiner and D. Koelle and P. Maletinsky},
  journal={Nature nanotechnology},
  year={2016},
  volume={11 8},
  pages={
          677-81
        }
}
Microscopic studies of superconductors and their vortices play a pivotal role in understanding the mechanisms underlying superconductivity. Local measurements of penetration depths or magnetic stray fields enable access to fundamental aspects such as nanoscale variations in superfluid densities or the order parameter symmetry of superconductors. However, experimental tools that offer quantitative, nanoscale magnetometry and operate over large ranges of temperature and magnetic fields are still… Expand
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