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 [...]
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 [...]
Two recently published papers highlight the utility of our 8600 Series VSM for magnetic materials research: one in support of the development of a magnetic micro-robot for possible medical [...]
A new book slated to be published in late May and co-edited by our own Brad Dodrill is now available for order from Springer Nature.
"Magnetic Measurement Techniques for Materials Characterization" [...]
A paper just published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States describing the study of magnetofossils as environmental change biomarkers references the use of a [...]
You may already be aware of the 8600 Series VSM’s ability to execute first-order-reversal-curve (FORC) measurements quickly and easily, enabling one to generate FORCs in a fraction of the time it [...]
If you’re interested in using a vibrating sample magnetometer to measure the vector components of magnetization and torque curves for magnetically anisotropic materials, then be sure to read our [...]