A very interesting paper: Lake Shore VSM aids in archaeomagnetic dating study

Published this week in PNAS and reported on by Phys.org as well as mass media, a new paper describes the use of geomagnetic field data to “reconstruct biblical military campaigns” – an interesting [...]

Version 2.0 VSM software released

We’ve released a new version of software for our 8600 Series VSM system. In addition to numerous improvements for system stability and usability, the 2.0 release features:

Measurement performance of our new 10-inch VSM — read the app note

For researchers requiring higher applied magnetic fields than our 4- and 7-inch 8600 Series VSMs, we now offer a 10-inch electromagnet version (Model 8610). Providing fields as high as 3.6 T (>36 [...]

New app note on use of M81-SSM to minimize common-mode noise interference

If you're planning to perform low-level electrical measurements in a low-temperature environment, such as to characterize samples in a cryostat or dilution refrigerator, then this new app note may be [...]

Lake Shore 8600 Series VSM used for magnetic ceramics research

An AIP Advances article just published online details recent research into a “unique class” of nanocomposite spinel Co-ferrites for which our 8600 Series VSM was used for both magnetometry [...]

Special guests of Lake Shore Cryotronics this week

Visiting us this week in Ohio was Prof. Victorino Franco of the Univ. of Seville (right), shown with Lake Shore’s Brad Dodrill and the book they recently co-edited, “Magnetic Measurement Techniques [...]

New app note on sensitive EQE characterization measurements

The landscape of photodetector and solar cell technologies has been rapidly expanded with the emergence of numerous novel material paradigms, including organic semiconductors, perovskites, and [...]

Overcoming the challenges of cryogenic magnetic field measurements

With the growth in use, complexity, and strength of superconducting magnets, the need to characterize the fields they produce is growing as well. There are a multitude of complicating factors that [...]

How does a demagnetizer work? YouTuber uses our teslameter to find out

In the words of our favorite YouTuber, “I have always wondered how the inexpensive magnetizer-demagnetizer tool works. What’s inside it? And why are there stairs inside the demagnetizer opening?”

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FastHall Station aids wide-bandgap semiconductor research at Georgia Tech

A new paper detailing the work of Georgia Tech researchers developing wide-bandgap semiconductor devices references the use of our new FastHall™ measurement technology for validating conductivity [...]

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