QUANTUM DESIGN - MPMS 3
The Superconducting QUantum Interference Device (SQUID) magnetometer offers fast, sensitive measurements of magnetisation, and electrical properties as a function of magnetic field and temperature.
The SQUID has three different magnetometry measurements (VSM, DC and ac susceptibility), as a function of temperature (2K to 1000K), magnetic field (up to 7T), and pressure (up to 1.3 GPa).
It will also carry out electrical measurements as a function of temperature (up to 400K) and field (up to 7T). It also has an ultra low field option, to allow for accurate zero field measurements.
Temperature can be varied between 1.8 and 400K as standard and up to 1000K for Vibrating Sample Magnetometry (VSM), DC measurements, and ac susceptibility in magnetic fields up to 7T.
We can simulate extreme environments with a pressure cell exerting up to 1.3GPa. AC Resistance, Hall effect, I-V and differential resistance measurements can be performed under all conditions. Fast loading of samples and full sweeps of magnetic field (30 min) mean the system is a highly efficient and versatile characterisation instrument.
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