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Abstract : A cryomagnetic system is described in which the main components are a cryostat providing variable temperatures and a superconducting magnet The cryostat enables the magnet to operate either at 4.2 K or 2.17 K and the sample temperature to be varied from 1.5 K to 300 K. The magnet is a split coil providing a vertical magnetic field of 8.7 T at 4.2 K and 10 T at 2.17 K. A 3He- 4He dilution refrigerator insert can be used to reach T = 50 mK. A few significative experimental results are presented concerning UAs, CeSb, CeB6 and TMMC.

Keywords : cryostats neutron diffraction crystallography superconducting magnets very low temperature cryomagnet neutron scattering experiments cryostat superconducting magnet sample temperature split coil vertical magnetic field sup 3 He sup 4 He dilution refrigerator insert UAs CeSb CeB sub 6 TMMC





Author: J. Rossat-Mignod J. Olivier P. Burlet L.P. Regnault J.M. Effantin B. Gravil M. Clerc G. Claudet F. Disdier M. Locatelli P. Volpi

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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