This magnet, which was known as the Keck high-homogeneity magnet, was retired in 2016.
The Split-Florida Helix (SFH) magnet is the first modern powered magnet optimized for advanced optical spectroscopy techniques requiring wide, free-space access to samples.
The SCM2 is a general purpose superconducting magnet with Variable Temperature Insert (VTI) and a 3He Insert. The operating temperature range for the VTI is 1.4 K to 300 K and from 250 mK to 70 K for the 3He Insert.
This magnet is dedicated for optics research. SCM3 is a cold bore system capable of measurements from 4 K to 300 K.
This magnet can be used for both condensed matter science physics and NMR spectroscopy. It is the strongest magnet in the world for NMR.
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This standard 18 MW solenoid magnet produces 31 tesla in a 50-mm bore for a variety of experimental inserts.
This standard 20 MW solenoid magnet produces 35 tesla in a 32-mm bore.
A capacitive dilatometer measures a change of sample dimension by monitoring the capacitance between two parallel plates.