Meet some of the amazing magnets that make the MagLab facility so unique and so important. Need a bit of background to help explain what powerful research magnets do? Start with the Magnets Primer page.
You may think our job is to study magnets and magnetism. But in fact, magnets aren’t so much the ends here as they are the means to discovery.
This magnet combines a superconducting magnet of 11.5 tesla with a resistive magnet of 33.5 tesla.
Used to perform complex chemical analysis, this magnet offers researchers the world's highest field for ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry.
With record-breaking field homogeneity, this is the strongest magnet used for NMR in the world
With a field strength of 21.1 tesla, this is the strongest MRI scanner in the world.
This amazing magnet, located at the MagLab's Pulsed Field Facility within Los Alamos National Laboratory, produces the highest non-destructive field i…
This world-unique magnet system with four ports required a complete rethinking of resistive magnet technology’s limits and some new inventions.
This high performance Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) machine is known as the “witches hat” machine because of the black cones to absorb pulses …
Made of a combination of conventional “low-temperature” and novel “high-temperature” superconductors, this is the strongest all-superconducting magnet…