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The use of high magnetic fields for the study of magnetism and superconductivity in intermetallic compounds

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4 Author(s)
Franse, J.J.M. ; Van der Waals Lab., Amsterdam Univ., Netherlands ; de Boer, F.R. ; Frings, P.H. ; de Visser, A.

Magnetic fields have a large impact on the magnetic and superconducting properties of solids. High magnetic fields are required to reach magnetic saturation along a hard magnetic direction in a variety of rare-earth intermetallics, to break the ferrimagnetic moment configuration in specific 3d-4f intermetallics, to quench the strongly correlated electron states in heavy-fermion compounds, to reach the upper critical fields in several classes of superconductors, to study flux-pinning phenomena in the high-Tc superconductors, etc. In the present review, the attention is focused on the field interval 20-50 tesla. Experiments in this field range are the privilege of specialized high magnetic field laboratories. There is a lively activity in this area of research with the number of participating institutes continuously growing

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 2 )