Contactless Conductivity in DC Fields

The user can place small samples into an inductor (i.e., coil) of an LC tank circuit oscillating at a resonant frequency.

By measuring changes in the frequency, we can detect changes in the penetration depth of a superconductor, the susceptibility of a magnetic system or the surface conductivity of a metal. The absence of contacts connected to the sample allows this technique to produce less strain than conventional transport for fragile samples.

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Instrumentation

  • Compatible Magnets

  • Compatible Sample Environments

  • Available Equipment

Related Publications

R. L. Stillwell, et al, Pressure-driven Fermi surface reconstruction of chromium, Physical Review B 88 (2013) Read online 


S. Ghannadzadeh, et al, Evolution of magnetic interactions in a pressure-induced Jahn-Teller driven magnetic dimensionality switch, Physical Review B 87 (2013) Read online 


D. Graf, et al, Pressure dependence of the BaFe2As2 Fermi surface within the spin density wave state, Physical Review B 85 (2012) Read online 


C. Martin, et al, Evidence for the Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov state in CeCoIn5 from penetration depth measurements, Physical Review B 71 (2005) Read online 


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Last modified on 15 September 2014