Room temperature scanning micro-Hall probe microscopy under extremely large pulsed magnetic fields
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Intermag 2003 - Program of the 2003 IEEE International Magnetics Conference
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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
In this paper, we describe the use of pulsed magnetic field as a well established method for producing extremely large fields but the integration of pulse coils and peripheral instrumentation with the RT-SHPM necessitates extreme care due to the adverse effects of external vibrations during continuous magnetic imaging measurements. © 2003 IEEE.
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