HFML is equipped with several resistive and superconductive magnet sites. We offer continuous fields up to 37.5 tesla.
The list below is an indication of the wide range of experiments that are possible in combination with the available magnets. If you are interested in using our equipment, contact one of the senior staff members for further details and to help you define your experiment.
Far Infrared Experiments
Magnetic and Transport techniques
- AC susceptibility, dHvA magnetoresistance, ShdH and Hall-effect.
- Magnetostriction and thermal expansion.
- Specific heat Thermopower and Nernst-Ettinghausen.
- Critical current of superconductors.
- VSM magnometer
- Torque magnetometer
All-plastic ultrasensitive torque magnetometer
In situ, piezoelectric rotator for use at mK temperatures
X-Y Nanopositioner for confocal microscopy or single object spectroscopy
Transmission line under vacuum coupling far infrared Fourier spectrometer to 33T magnet