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Experimental techniques

Experiments in pulsed fields available at the LNCMI-Toulouse:

ExperimentsExamples
Magnetization Scheerer et al, PRB 2012
Magnetic Torque Jaudet et al., PRL 2008
Electrical transport Vignolle et al., Nature 2008
Knafo et al., PRB 2012
Kumar et al, PRL 2011
Electrical transport under pressure Nardone et al., Cryogenics 2001
TDO / "Contactless" transport Drigo et al., EPJAP 2010
Optic and infra-red spectroscopy Plochocka et al., PRB 2012
Ultrasound attenuation Quirion et al., PRB 2009
Nernst effect Levallois et al., EPL 2009
Magnetostriction Knafo et al., PRB 2010
NMR Abou-Hamad et al., SSNMR 2011
Synchrotron/Neutrons
Megagauss fields
Advanced magneto-optics

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Coils characterictics (see also Coils):

Coil typeDuration of the pulse (up and down)Inner diameter (Helium cryostat)
Fast coil 150 ms 6 mm
Slow coil 300ms 19 mm


Profiles of magnetic fields generated (a) in a "fast" coil, (b) in a "slow" coil:


Experiment environments:


Cryogenics (see also Cryogenics) :

- Helium 4 cryostats
- Helium 3 cryostats
- Dilution fridge (Helium 3 - Helium 4)


Pressure cells:

- Zirconia anvil pressure cell => up to 1.2 GPa (cf. Nardone et al., Cryogenics 41, 175-178 (2001))
- Diamond anvil pressure cell => up to 10 GPa (cf. Millot et al., Phys. Rev. B. 78, 155125 (2008))