Rotating sample magnetometer for cryogenic temperatures and high magnetic fields.

@article{Eisterer2011RotatingSM,
  title={Rotating sample magnetometer for cryogenic temperatures and high magnetic fields.},
  author={Michael Eisterer and Franz Hengstberger and Christophe Voutsinas and N H{\"o}rhager and Stephan Sorta and Johannes Hecher and Harald W. Weber},
  journal={The Review of scientific instruments},
  year={2011},
  volume={82 6},
  pages={
          063902
        }
}
We report on the design and implementation of a rotating sample magnetometer (RSM) operating in the variable temperature insert (VTI) of a cryostat equipped with a high-field magnet. The limited space and the cryogenic temperatures impose the most critical design parameters: the small bore size of the magnet requires a very compact pick-up coil system and the low temperatures demand a very careful design of the bearings. Despite these difficulties the RSM achieves excellent resolution at high… 

Figures from this paper

Improvement of sensitivity for a compact magnetometer using HTS-SQUID with rotating sample

We previously reported a compact magnetometer using HTS-SQUID with a rotating sample for routine testing. In this study, we have improved the detection limit of the system to detect a very weak

Compact Rotating-Sample Magnetometer for Relaxation Phenomenon Measurement Using HTS-SQUID

A compact magnetometer that uses a high-temperature superconductor superconducting quantum interference device (HTS-SQUID) that can measure relaxation phenomena was developed, and its characteristics

Testing V3Si for two-band superconductivity

Is V3Si a two-band or a single-band superconductor? Everyone who searches the literature for this question will find conflicting answers, for V3Si was claimed to be a perfect example of two-band and

References

SHOWING 1-5 OF 5 REFERENCES

A microcomputer-controlled rotating-sample magnetometer

A microcomputer-controlled, automatic rotating-sample magnetometer is constructed for measuring the specific remanent magnetic moment and pulse coercive force of a ferro/ferrimagnetic dust sample.

Rotating Sample Magnetometer for Diamagnetic Susceptibility Measurements

A rotating sample magnetometer capable of measuring the relative room temperature magnetic susceptibilities of two 1 g samples with a reproducibility of Δχ/χ=0.02 is described. The sensitivity of the

Rotating sample magnetometer for precise, real time differential measurements

In this paper we present the development of a rotating sample magnetometer (RSM) for real time differential magnetic moment measurement. The high accuracy and simplicity of the described apparatus

Utilization of a Rotating Sample Magnetometer

The RSM can be used to detect magnetic moment (vM≥5×10−6 emu), rotational hysteresis (vWR/H≥10−2 emu), spin flop (vM≥5×10−5 emu), and properties related to anisotropy energy [vK/H, v(χ⊥−χ∥)H and

) . 3 P . J . Flanders , Rev . Sci . Instrum . 41 , 697 ( 1970 ) . 4 S . J . Hudgens

  • Rev . Sci . Instrum .
  • 2006