Magnetization

The magnetization in pulsed fields is measured by integrating the voltage induced in a compensated coil system surrounding the sample (induction method) [1].

The technique is best suited for magnet type D (on request can be installed in magnets A, B, E).

Standard temperature range is 1.4 – 270 K.
3He option with a base temperature of ~0.6 K is available for magnets A, B, E.

magnetization induction method magnetization measurement example

Pickup-coil system used in the pulsed-field magnetometer with (left) the principal sketch, (middle) the electrical scheme, and (right) a picture of the original set up.

Measurement example: Magnetization M and its field derivative dM/dH of an Ising-like spin-1=2 antiferromagnetic chain system BaCo2V2O8 as function of magnetic field. ©Copyright: Dr. Scurschii, Iurii

Measurement example: Magnetization M and  its field derivative dM/dH of an Ising-like spin-1/2 antiferromagnetic chain system BaCo2V2O8 as function of magnetic field.

[1] Y. Skourski et al., Physical Review B 83 214420 (2011) 

[2] Z. Wang et al. Phys. Rev. Lett. 120 (2018), 207205