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Introduction to the NHMFL Pulsed Field Facility at LANL

Information on the physical set-up of pulsed field measurements

Read about lock-in amplifiers and their role in your measurements

Information about noise and ways to eliminate it from your measurements

How to collect and evaluate your measurement data

Information on optical spectroscopy

Information about time-resolved optics

Information on de Haas van Alphen Effect measurements

Information on Shubinkov de Haas Effect measurements

Information on Absolute Resistivity measurements

Information on Heat Capacity measurements

Information on RF Penetration Depth measurements

Inside the Cells


Each cell contains the necessary components for pulsed field measurements. Here, one can see the helium fridge (blue) next to the magnet (inside the green box) and cryostat. The probe is inserted through the cryostat into the magnet.
 
The leads from your sample and probe are connected to the data acquisition instruments pictured here. The signal enters the lock-in amplifiers where noise is reduced before it reaches the digitizers and DAQ software. Also located here is a temperature controller to monitor the conditions surrounding your sample.