Magnetochemical studies with a new ultrasensitive superconducting quantum magnetometer

H.E. Hoenig, R.H. Wang, G. R. Rossman, J. E. Mercereau
  California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA


A magnetometer utilizing quantum superconductivity as the basis for the flux sensor element has been designed and used for biochemical susceptibility measurements n the temperature range from 1.5 to 300 K. The sensitivity and reproducibility of this instrument have been tested by measurements on smal lamounts of material of well-known susceptibilities.

last updated: 28-Jul-2023