• Applied Magnetic Field - an overview ScienceDirect

    Applied magnetic fields affect the microwave spectrum in a manner analogous to the Stark effect. This is called the Zeeman effect. Except for molecules with nonzero electronic angular momentum and consequently a permanent magnetic dipole moment, the effect is small, but observable nonetheless with kilogauss magnetic fields.

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  • Applied Magnetic Field - an overview ScienceDirect

    A magnetic field applied to the electron gas of a solid breaks the time-reversal symmetry giving access to information at the atomic scale that is inaccessible otherwise.

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  • Applied Magnetic Field - an overview ScienceDirect

    A magnetic field applied in the growth (z) direction of a QW leads to the quantization of the electronic orbital motion into a ladder of equally separated LLs with a spacing ℏ ω cyc = e B DC / m *, where e is the electronic charge, B DC is the applied external magnetic field, and m* is the effective carrier mass (see Fig. 9B) (see, e.g., Hilton et al., 2012; Kono, 2001; Lax and Mavroides, 1960; McCombe and Wagner,

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  • Applied Magnetic Field Strength - an overview ...

    A particularly noticeable fact is the increase in the amplitude and period of the oscillations with the applied magnetic field strength (Figure 7.6) because it makes evident (together with the absence of oscillations at zero field) the dominant role of the applied field in these instabilities in the flow of MR fluids. Note also that as the period of oscillation decreases, the larger the stick time becomes comparable in magnitude

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  • Phys. Rev. Applied 15, 054001 (2021) - Magnetic-Field ...

    2021-5-3  Two-tone spectroscopy as a function of the magnetic field B at V cut = − 0.5 V and V lplg = V rplg = − 4.2 V. A variable drive tone, f d, is applied and immediately followed by a readout tone at the cavity resonance frequency, allowing readout of the demodulated transmission voltage, V H. The qubit drive power is adjusted between traces to account for varying lifetime and detuning from the readout

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  • Phys. Rev. Applied 14, 014097 (2020) - Magnetic Field ...

    2020-7-31  Magnetic fields pass through standard materials used by the semiconductor industry and provide a powerful means to fingerprint integrated-circuit activity for security and failure analysis applications. Here, we demonstrate high spatial resolution, wide field-of-view, vector magnetic field imaging of static magnetic field emanations from an ...

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  • Effects of Magnetic Field Applied Just Before, During

    2019-9-27  The longitudinal magnetic field of 0.3 T was applied to the cells just before, during or immediately after the beam irradiation. The effects of the timing on the biological effectiveness were evaluated by cell survival. The biological effectiveness increased only if the magnetic field was applied during beam irradiation for both LETs.

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  • Phys. Rev. Applied 15, 044042 (2021) - Controlling ...

    2021-4-27  As we rotate the applied magnetic field in plane, we find a striking nonsinusoidal behavior of resonance amplitude that distinguishes SSOC from the intrinsic spin-orbit coupling (ISOC), and associate this behavior with the previously overlooked in-plane transverse magnetic field gradient.

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  • Magnetization and Magnetic Field - Physics Bootcamp

    2021-6-14  Section 37.6 Magnetization and Magnetic Field. Consider a solenoid obtained by winding a thin insulated copper wire over an iron core. When a current passes through the copper wire, magnetic field lines inside the solenoid pass through the iron core and align the atomic magnetic dipoles of iron, which produce additional magnetic field in the same direction.

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  • Large magnetic-field-induced strain at the magnetic

    2021-4-8  AuCrS 2 showed a magnetic field-induced strain with similar features although it was smaller than that in AgCrS 2. There is a long history of studying the strain induced by applying a magnetic field to ferromagnetic materials.

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  • Effect of magnetic field applied during secondary ...

    2003-5-1  Magnetic field applied during annealing had little effect on grain growth. It did, however affect texture development as follows: 1. The Goss component increased at the lowest annealing temperature (737 °C), and continued to increase as the annealing temperature increased, reaching 2.4 times random after annealing at 837 °C. For the annealing ...

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  • Effects of Magnetic Field Applied Just Before, During

    2019-9-27  The longitudinal magnetic field of 0.3 T was applied to the cells just before, during or immediately after the beam irradiation. The effects of the timing on the biological effectiveness were evaluated by cell survival. The biological effectiveness increased only if the magnetic field was applied during beam irradiation for both LETs.

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  • Influence of applied magnetic field and heating on ...

    2021-1-28  Cobalt ferrite (CoFe2O4) films were grown in the presence of a magnetic field using a solution method. These films were investigated to understand the effect of applied magnetic field and heating on their morphological, structural, and magnetic properties. Investigations showed that the crystallite size in both the unheated and heated films increases with the application of the magnetic field.

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  • Effect of applied magnetic field on the electroplating and ...

    2020-2-1  Effect of applied magnetic field on the electroplating and magnetic properties of amorphous FeNiPGd thin film Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials ( IF 2.717) Pub Date : 2020-02-01, DOI: 10.1016/j.jmmm.2019.165872

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  • Large magnetic-field-induced strain at the magnetic

    2021-4-8  When a magnetic field was then applied, a part of the sample was changed to the paramagnetic phase, resulting in a large volume increase. Since this magnetic field-induced change was not a phase transition between thermal equilibrium states, it could be irreversible in contrast to those of ZnCr 2 Se 4 and LiInCr 4 S 8.

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  • Antiferromagnetic order induced by an applied

    2002-1-17  Figure 1a shows the electrical resistivity as a function of temperature T and magnetic field H, applied perpendicularly to the superconducting CuO 2 planes, for a sample with x = 0.10.

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  • Magnetization and Magnetic Field - Physics Bootcamp

    2021-6-14  Section 37.6 Magnetization and Magnetic Field. Consider a solenoid obtained by winding a thin insulated copper wire over an iron core. When a current passes through the copper wire, magnetic field lines inside the solenoid pass through the iron core and align the atomic magnetic dipoles of iron, which produce additional magnetic field in the same direction.

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  • Phys. Rev. Applied 8, 034025 (2017) - Improving ...

    2017-9-26  Magnetic-field-induced loss factor 1 / Q v vs magnetic field B for IC resonators with five different geometrical parameters. (a) shows data of resonators with extended superconducting ground planes, (b) of resonators with reduced superconducting ground planes. Reuse Permissions

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  • Magnetic Field Switchable Dry Adhesives ACS

    2021-3-12  A magnetic field controllable dry adhesive device is manufactured. The normal adhesion force can be increased or decreased depending on the presence of an applied magnetic field. If the magnetic field is present during the entire normal adhesion test cycle which includes both applying a preloading force and measuring the pulloff pressure, a decrease in adhesion is observed when

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  • Phys. Rev. Applied 15, 044042 (2021) - Controlling ...

    2021-4-27  Tunable synthetic spin-orbit coupling (SSOC) is one of the key challenges in various quantum systems, such as ultracold atomic gases, topological superconductors, and semiconductor quantum dots. Here we experimentally demonstrate controlling the SSOC by investigating the anisotropy of spin-valley resonance in a silicon quantum dot. As we rotate the applied magnetic field in plane, we

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  • Effects of Magnetic Field Applied Just Before, During

    2019-9-27  The longitudinal magnetic field of 0.3 T was applied to the cells just before, during or immediately after the beam irradiation. The effects of the timing on the biological effectiveness were evaluated by cell survival. The biological effectiveness increased only if the magnetic field was applied during beam irradiation for both LETs.

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  • How is a magnetic field just an electric field with ...

    2016-2-18  A magnetic field is not just an electric field with relativity applied, i.e. an electric field viewed from the wrong reference frame. In reality, a magnetic field is a fundamental field which can exist in a certain reference frame without needing any help from an electric field.

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  • Influence of applied magnetic field and heating on ...

    2021-1-28  Cobalt ferrite (CoFe2O4) films were grown in the presence of a magnetic field using a solution method. These films were investigated to understand the effect of applied magnetic field and heating on their morphological, structural, and magnetic properties. Investigations showed that the crystallite size in both the unheated and heated films increases with the application of the magnetic field.

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  • Phys. Rev. Applied 11, 024005 (2019) - Magnetic ...

    2019-2-4  White magnetic-field noise is applied though Helmholtz coils along the y direction. The C 13 -formic acid time-domain signals are observed in top (a), bottom (b), and gradiometric (c) channels in the presence of a small z magnetic field [ B z ≈ 32.36 ( 4 ) nT ] and are filtered with a second-order band-pass filter with cutoff frequencies at ...

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  • Magnetization and Magnetic Field - Physics Bootcamp

    2021-6-14  Section 37.6 Magnetization and Magnetic Field. Consider a solenoid obtained by winding a thin insulated copper wire over an iron core. When a current passes through the copper wire, magnetic field lines inside the solenoid pass through the iron core and align the atomic magnetic dipoles of iron, which produce additional magnetic field in the same direction.

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  • Antiferromagnetic order induced by an applied

    2002-1-17  Figure 1a shows the electrical resistivity as a function of temperature T and magnetic field H, applied perpendicularly to the superconducting CuO 2 planes, for a sample with x = 0.10.

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  • Magnetic Field Switchable Dry Adhesives ACS

    2021-3-12  A magnetic field controllable dry adhesive device is manufactured. The normal adhesion force can be increased or decreased depending on the presence of an applied magnetic field. If the magnetic field is present during the entire normal adhesion test cycle which includes both applying a preloading force and measuring the pulloff pressure, a decrease in adhesion is observed when

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  • Phys. Rev. Applied 10, 044038 (2018) - Current

    2018-10-15  Current-induced spin-orbit torque (SOT) can be used to control magnetization in magnetic random-access memory (MRAM), but typically requires an applied in-plane magnetic field. To eliminate the need for this applied field, for better on-chip memory designs, the authors deposit the $4d$ transition metal Mo in a canted shape as the SOT source. Although the spin-orbit interaction in Mo is weaker ...

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  • Magnetic field dependent viscoelasticity of a highly ...

    2021-5-26  The field dependent storage modulus can be stated on a microscale: when the magnetic flux density is 0–0.6 T, the magnetization degree of the CIPs increases with increasing the magnetic flux density, so that the strength as well as the number of magnetic induced particle chains increase, leading to the increase of storage modulus.

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  • Critical magnetic fields for superconductors

    2020-6-8  Critical Magnetic Field The superconducting state cannot exist in the presence of a magnetic field greater than a critical value, even at absolute zero. This critical magnetic field is strongly correlated with the critical temperature for the superconductor, which is in turn correlated with the bandgap. Type II superconductors show two critical magnetic field

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