Room Temperature Scanning Micro-Hall Probe Microscopy Under Extremely Large Pulsed Magnetic Fields
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics
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The design and construction of a minicoil unit capable of producing pulsed magnetic fields up t 2.5 T were described. The combined minicoil/room temperature scanning Hall probe microscopy system (RT-SHPM) was demonstrated to be a valuable instrument for the direct, quantitative and noninvasive observation of localized stray magnetic fields. Vibration isolation between the sample and minicoil was achieved using a combination of quartz glass plates and silicone gel layers.
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