Real time display with the ferrolens of homogeneous magnetic fields

  title={Real time display with the ferrolens of homogeneous magnetic fields},
  author={Emmanouil Markoulakis and Timm A. Vanderelli and Lambros Frantzeskakis},
  journal={Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials},
In our previous published research we have studied the applications of the ferrolens for the observation and qualitative analysis of non-homogeneous magnetic fields. Latest developments over the last few years of the ferrolens increased multifold the sensitivity of this device allowing it to display magnetic fields as low as 10mT in strength and therefore it is possible now to observe also the homogeneous (i.e. straight parallel magnetic flux lines of uniform density in space) magnetic field… Expand

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