Characterizing BiVO4

If you have read anything about our 8400 Series HMS, you know that when used with its AC field Hall option, it’s capable of measuring low-mobility materials. These are the types of materials with electron mobilities that can’t often be measured using traditional DC field Hall methods. One such material is bismuth vanadate (BiVO4) – […]

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In the latest of our video chats, Lake Shore Application Scientist David Daughton answers questions about Lake Shore’s newest materials characterization system, the Model 8501. David also shares recent research using the Model 8501 as researchers seek insight into molecular solids, thin films and other materials. Missed it live? Watch it now:   The presentation used in David’s […]

Since our launch of the new 8500 Series Terahertz (THz) system for material characterization, we’ve been encouraged by feedback we’re hearing from customers and contacts in the field. For example, we just heard from Toyo Corporation, our authorized representative in Japan, who held a luncheon seminar focused on THz during last week’s meeting of the […]

In this recently published EDN Network article, Jeffrey Dierker of Lake Shore Cryotronics discusses the value of Hall effect sensors and their history, describing the types of measurement for which Hall effect sensing is the best choice. He explains how the sensors operate and the typical setup of Hall generators in instrumentation, then covers how […]

NIF Livermore July 2008

Last Wednesday’s news out of Lawrence Livermore National Lab about a recent advancement toward achieving break-even energy, or “ignition,” is certainly positive. In case you haven’t heard, for the first time ever, National Ignition Facility (NIF) researchers have successfully extracted more energy from controlled nuclear fusion than the energy in fuel used to trigger it, […]

Dr. Hao Xin and his group in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department are collaborating with Lake Shore’s THz development team on our Phase I Air Force STTR grant

  Lake Shore congratulates Dr. Hao Xin and Min Liang of the University of Arizona on their article featured in the January/February 2014 issue of IEEE Microwave Magazine entitled “Microwave to Terahertz.” Dr. Xin and his group in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department are collaborating with Lake Shore’s THz development team on our Phase I […]

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As you probably already know, you can watch videos we have uploaded to our Lake Shore YouTube channel. But occasionally you may also come across videos about Lake Shore products produced by our customers. Here’s a series of videos uploaded by Dr. Richard Harrison of the University of Cambridge Department of Earth Sciences. Dr. Harrison […]

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