17 November 2014

26 T Magnet for Neutron Scattering

The seven-year collaboration with the Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin resulted in a 26 T magnet for neutron scattering. This magnet is very similar to the FSU/NSF series-connected hybrid magnet and suggests that the FSU magnet will also be successful, thereby enabling new science on two continents with two very different sets of experimental techniques.

For more information contact Mark Bird.


  • Research Area: Magnet Technology, Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Superconductivity - Applied
  • Research Initiatives: Materials
  • Facility / Program: MS&T
  • Year: 2014
Last modified on 4 March 2015