March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p858
Academic Journal
Contains information on the physical properties of several scientific instruments. Vacuum analysis system; Bar code scanner for atomic spectroscopy; Digital temperature control; Ring illuminator for stereo microscopes; VXI plug&play compliant software; Magnetometer.


Related Articles

  • Improvement of sensitivity of the vibrating reed magnetometer. Richter, H. J.; Hempel, K. A.; Pfeiffer, J. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Aug1988, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p1388 

    A very-high-sensitivity magnetometer is described in detail. The sensitivity of the apparatus is typically of the order of 10[sup -9] A cm²/√Hz, so that changes in magnetic moment of 10[sup -10] A cm² can be detected. The magnetic moment can be calculated by simulation of the...

  • High-sensitivity magnetometry: An experimental null test of Ampère’s law. Gerber, C. J.; Chernikov, M. A.; Ott, H. R. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar93, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p793 

    A prototype low-frequency ac magnetometer with a sensitivity to circular magnetic induction of (9±5)×10-15 T/[Square_Root]Hz is described. Using this device we confirm Ampère’s law at 1.24 K setting an upper limit for possible deviations expressed in terms of the photon mass:...

  • A sample holder design and calibration technique for the quantum design magnetic properties... Lewis, L.H.; Bussmann, Konrad M. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct96, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p3537 

    Discusses a sample holder design and calibration technique used to obtain accurate magnetic-moment values from compact, low-susceptibility samples measured with the quantum design magnetic properties measurement system superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) magnetometer. Overview...

  • High-Field Vibrating-Sample Magnetometer.  // Physics Today;Oct90, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p107 

    Reviews a computer controlled, high-field, vibrating-sample magnetometer system from Janis Research.

  • SCANNER.  // BioScience;Jun85, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p372 

    Reviews the Ambis Beta Scanning System from Automated Microbiology Systems Inc.

  • A photoacoustic scanning method to determine thermal effusivity of solid samples. Philip, J. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct96, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p3621 

    Discusses a photoacoustic scanning method to determine thermal effusivity of solid samples. Changing the backing medium for a highly absorbing sample layer by scanning its surface with an intensity modulated light beam; Overview on the principle and theory of a photoacoustic scanning technique;...

  • Very simple torque magnetometer for measuring magnetic thin films. Tejedor, M.; Fernandez, A.; Hernando, B.; Carrizo, J. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Nov85, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p2160 

    A new torque magnetometer has been developed and built in order to measure magnetization saturation and perpendicular anisotropy of magnetic thin films. Its main characteristic is that it employs for counteraction the torque exerted on the sample in the same field used for exciting it. This...

  • Variable temperature ultralow compliance torque magnetometer. Pechan, Michael J.; Runge, Alan P.; Bait, Michael E. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar93, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p802 

    The design and implementation of a variable temperature, easily automated torque magnetometer is described which utilizes a commercial capacitive-based transducer system. Absolute calibration is accomplished with a current-carrying coil and the constant is found to be temperature independent to...

  • Scanning nonlinear dielectric microscope. Cho, Yasuo; Kirihara, Akio; Saeki, Takahiro // Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun96, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p2297 

    Describes a scanning technique for imaging the state of spontaneous polarization of a ferroelectric material by measuring the microscopic point-to-point variation of its nonlinear dielectric constants. Theory for detecting polarization; Technique for measuring nonlinear dielectric response;...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics