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Superconducting Magnets

32 Tesla Superconducting magnet

Our superconducting magnets, with a maximum sweep rate of 0.66 tesla/minute and experimental temperatures as low as 0.02 degrees K, support the following research: Magneto-optics (ultra-violet through far infrared), magnetization, specific heat, transport, high pressure, low to medium resolution NMR, dependence of optical and transport properties on field orientation and more.

32 Tesla Superconducting magnet

The 32 T magnet is the first in a new class of high-field superconducting magnets employing HTS materials.

9 Tesla Quantum Design PPMS Superconducting Magnet

This is a standard Quantum Design Physical Property Measurement System (PPMS).

7 Tesla Quantum Design MPMS XL Superconducting Magnet

This is a standard Quantum Design Magnetic Property Measurement System (MPMSXL).

17 Tesla Superconducting Magnet for Optics

This magnet is dedicated for optics research. SCM3 is a cold bore system capable of measurements from 4 K to 300 K.

18/20 Tesla General Purpose Superconducting Magnet

The SCM2 is a general purpose superconducting magnet with Variable Temperature Insert (VTI) and a 3He Insert. The operating temperature range for the …

8/20 Tesla Superconducting Magnet, with Dilution Refrigerator

A top-loading dilution refrigerator is permanently installed in this magnet. It has a base temperature of 20 mk and 400 microwatts of cooling power at…

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