Concept of Signal Rod Compensation for Low Magnetic Moment Sample Measurements with a Vibrating Sample Magnetometer
Abstract:Fabrication of compensated signal pyrex rods is presented for the measurement of low magnetic moment samples in a VSM. It is shown that proper positioning of a sample with a small magnetic moment, comparable with that of the support rod, can be better achieved when using such a compensated signal rod, and leads to higher accuracy when determining the sample moment.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2009-06-01
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