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X-Ray
Applications

X-Ray

X-ray is a powerful tool for the study of bulk and nanostructured magnetic materials used in a range of consumer products, from electric cars and cellular phones to magnetic recording disks and spintronic devices.

Since formation in 2004, HTS-110 has developed a range of HTS magnets for magnetic x-ray experiments including high resolution diffraction, non-resonant magnetic scattering, resonant magnetic scattering, X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism (XMCD) spectroscopy and X-ray absorption spectroscopy and imaging, which are used worldwide in synchrotron research facilities such as BESSY (Germany), ALBA (Spain), NSLS-II (USA), APS (USA), Singapore Synchrotron Light Source (Singapore) and PAL (Korea).

Key features

  • Cryogen-free with fast cool down
  • Room temperature bore or cold bore which can be integrated with variable sample temperatures inserts
  • Higher operating temperatures allow faster ramping than conventional Low Temperature
  • Superconducting (LTS) magnets
  • Passive shielding to minimize fringe fields
  • UHV compatibility
  • Rigid supports allow any field orientation
  • Large room temperature apertures with no material in x-ray beams to cause scattering background
  • with the ability to be goniometer mounted for rotation
Example 1: 5-6 Tesla HTS beamline Magnet

Example 1: 5-6 Tesla HTS beamline Magnet

Application:

  • X-ray resonant magnetic scattering
  • High resolution diffraction

Specifications:

  • Vertical and horizontal fields up to 6 Tesla
  • Ø40mm room temperature bore, compatible with sample cryostats
  • Scattering angle up to 120°
  • Goniometer mounted for 90 degree rotation
  • Compact size and low mass allowing them to be fitted inside an Eulerian cradle
  • Weight: 100 kg
Example 2: 2.5 Tesla x-ray scattering Magnet

Example 2: 2.5 Tesla x-ray scattering Magnet

Application:

  • X-ray resonant magnetic scattering
  • High resolution diffraction

Specifications:

  • Vertical and horizontal fields up to 2.5 Tesla
  • Ø50mm room temperature bore, compatible with sample cryostats
  • Horizontal room temperature aperture:  50 mm gap with a horizontal opening angle of 180° and a vertical opening angle of ±5°
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 703 x 509 x 395 mm
  • Weight: 110 kg

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