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8425 system used for anomalous Hall effect study of graphene/magnetic nanoparticle device

This recent paper published in ACS Nano Letters (subscription required) leveraged the automation and flexibility of our Model 8425 Hall system with vertical-field, cryogenic probe station in order [...]

Magneto-optics research with reference to a Lake Shore VSM

A paper published this month on the ASC Photonics website (subscription required) highlights work of University of Minnesota and University of Glasgow, with the assistance of our own Dr. Cosmin [...]

Now available to order: 2Dex™ plug-and-play Hall sensors

Would you like the measurement simplicity and performance of a teslameter/probe combination while also having the installation flexibility of a Hall sensor? Our new 2Dex™ plug-and-play Hall [...]

AZONano article on new FastHall measurement controller

Rob Ellis, our VP of Strategic Planning, recently sat down with AZoNano to discuss how researchers can make their Hall measurement process more efficient with the FastHall™ technology available in [...]

Cryogenic probe stations used for 2D van der Waals heterostructure characterization

Van der Waals (vdW) heterostructures offer researchers an unprecedented opportunity to tailor device architectures and derive new physical properties through atomic-scale layering of [...]

Paleoclimatic research: Lake Shore VSM used for FORC analysis of lake sediment samples

Paleoclimatology uses various climate “proxies” from the Earth to provide scientists with a means to reconstruct and help determine climatic conditions prior to the modern day taking of [...]

Lake Shore teslameter featured in YouTuber's video

Just in time for the new year is a new video from Brainiac75, a science enthusiast who makes educational videos about “scientific stuff – so far mostly about neodymium magnets, lasers, radioactive [...]

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 [...]

Data buffering feature for F71/F41 teslameters

We have enabled a buffered data streaming feature on our new teslameters to eliminate latency issues when recording field measurements on a connected PC.

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