AC field Hall for measuring small Hall voltages in nanoscale devices

We have blogged about the benefits of the AC field Hall measurement method to characterize low-mobility materials. But even when mobilities aren’t very low, the AC method offers an advantage over [...]

Hall mobility measurements for p-type TCO research explored in new paper

Transparent conductive oxides (TCOs) are used in various optoelectronic technologies with the most widely commercialized TCOs consisting of n-type semiconductor materials. Their counterpart, the [...]

Now offering expedited recalibration service for gaussmeters and Hall probes

If you own a Lake Shore gaussmeter or Hall probe, please note that we recently introduced a new priority service in which we offer a guaranteed two-day turnaround on recalibration once the [...]

Cryogenic probing in 2D electronic material research

Since isolated graphene was first reported in 2004, a lot of two-dimensional (2D) material research has focused on developing the strong, single atom-thick material for end use in novel [...]

App note examines low resistance measurements of metals in 8400 Series HMS

Hall voltage vs. field for both low resistance (orange) and standard resistance (blue)

Metals, superconductors, and certain other types of materials are characterized by low resistances and [...]

Advancing research of more efficient light emitting diode technology

With the U.S. Department of Energy’s recent announcement about new funding for solid state lighting (SSL) R&D, we thought this would be a good time to summarize how Lake Shore systems and [...]

Interview with Daniel Hoy, Manufacturing Engineer at Lake Shore

Daniel Hoy

Daniel Hoy earned his B.S. in Physics from Ohio University and his M.S. in Physics from the Ohio State University. He officially joined the Lake Shore team as a Manufacturing [...]

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