Electrical measurements with a SQUlD susceptometer

Wong, H. K.
June 1991
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun91, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p1664
Academic Journal
We describe the design of a probe that can be inserted into a SQUID susceptometer (S.H.E. model VTS-805) for electrical measurements at variable temperature and high magnetic field. This top-loading probe allows multisample measurements and rapid sample replacement without disturbing the susceptometer.


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