Some Applications of Superconducting Magnets

  • Juergen Heberle


At the symposium a year ago, Paul Craig [1] presented a great deal of useful information about superconducting magnets and showed how such magnets can be incorporated in a Mössbauer spectrometer. Since then several new records have been achieved: Schrader and Kolondra [2] have described a 107-kG 1-in. bore solenoid in considerable detail. Sampson [3] at Brookhaven has attained 112 kG in a solenoid with an inside diameter (ID) of 3.175 cm. Rosner [4] at General Electric has reported intensities above 120 kG in an ID of 1/4 in. Laverick and Lobell [5] have produced 67 kG in an ID of 17.8 cm; although their magnet is much larger than one needs in a Mössbauer experiment, we call attention to their work because their techniques are useful in the construction of smaller magnets.


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  • Juergen Heberle
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  1. 1.Clark UniversityWorcesterUSA

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