A probe for magnetization measurements of thin superconducting films in pulsed high magnetic fields

Lagutin, A.S.; Vanacken, J.; Harrison, N.; Herlach, F.
August 1995
Review of Scientific Instruments;Aug1995, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p4267
Academic Journal
Describes an inductive magnetization sensor designed to measure thin superconducting films in very strong magnetic fields. Probe design and construction; Calibration procedure; Magnetization of the thin superconducting films.


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