We look into Lake Shore systems and their applications and ease-of-use as well as interesting webinars, videos and case studies.
These systems measure electrical and magnetic transport properties of following materials and areas of research:
Fields of study and research
Photovoltaic and thermoelectric applications
Photovoltaic (solar cell) and thermoelectric materials are often characterised by low mobilities. This characteristic makes them difficult or impossible to measure using traditional DC field Hall methods.
These materials are the basis for printable and flexible electronic devices, as well as organic light emitting diodes and organic solar cell materials.
M91 FastHall™ Measurement Controller
Featuring Lake Shore’s patented FastHall measurement technique, the M91 fundamentally changes the way the Hall effect is generated and measured by eliminating the need to switch the polarity of the applied magnetic field during the measurement.
This breakthrough results in faster, more precise measurements, especially when measuring very low mobility materials.
Discover its capabilities…
In this video, Kevin Carmichael, Director of Applications Engineering for Lake Shore, provides a hands-on demonstration of Lake Shore’s MeasureReady™ M91 FastHall measurement controller a revolutionary, all-in-one instrument that delivers significantly higher levels of precision, speed, and convenience to researchers involved in the study of electronic materials.
The highest performance tabletop system for van der Pauw and Hall bar samples
The MeasureReady™ M91 FastHall™ measurement controller is a revolutionary, all-in-one Hall analysis instrument that delivers significantly higher levels of precision, speed, and convenience to researchers involved in the study of electronic materials.
- More about the MeasureReady FastHall Station
- FastHall Station Options
- FastHall Station Materials and Measurement Applications
8600 Series Vibrating Sample Magnetometer
More science, less time
Named ‘one of the 100 most technologically significant new products’ of 2017 in Analytical/Test category
- Advanced measurement performance
- Convenient operation
- Designed for FORC
- Flexible and adaptable
- Performance driven
The need to characterise new and emerging materials continues to push the limits of electromagnet-based VSM systems. The 8600 Series VSM steps up to meet the most demanding material research applications.
Extremely fast data acquisition cycles make the system ideal for research environments where rapid measurement results can accelerate the discovery of important new properties. QuickLIGN™ sample holders are offered for thin film, liquid, powder, and bulk samples, making the VSM an excellent choice for busy labs with varying sample measurement needs.
The high sensitivity of the 8600 Series VSM particularly benefits research into low moment materials such as ultra-thin magnetic films and multilayers, nanoscale magnetic materials, dilute magnetic semiconductors, and paleomagnets.
The system benefits applications involving the study of:
- Natural magnets (rocks, sediments, etc.)
- Nanoscale wires, particles, nano-crystalline alloys, etc.
- Magnetic semiconductors
- Magnetic thin films and multi-layers
- Ferrites and permanent magnets, including rare-earth materials
- Magnetocaloric effect materials
Hall Effect Systems
2Dex Hall Sensors Planar Hall Effect Investigation in Cryogenic Environment
University of Cambridge – Quantum Sensors Group
Get the new Hall Handbook FREE!
A comprehensive resource for both new and experienced researchers, this 88-page handbook from Lake Shore Cryotronics’ Senior Scientist Dr. Jeffrey Lindemuth covers the theory of Hall effect measurements, methods to measure the resistivity of materials, the intrinsic and geometric sources of error, and methods to minimize the effects of these errors. Get your copy today!
The multi-purpose MCS-EMP electromagnet platform provides all of the essential components required for automated, variable field experiments.
The multi-purpose MCS-EMP electromagnet platform provides all of the essential components required for automated, variable field experiments. Each MCS-EMP builds on a 4-inch or 7-inch electromagnet with pole caps, magnet base, and pedestal. Magnets feature ExactGAP™ precision-settable sample gaps. 2-inch pole caps are standard on the 4-inch MCS‑EMP, and convertible 4-inch/2-inch caps are standard on the 7-inch MCS-EMP. Optical access is optional.
- More about the MCS-EMP
- MeasureLink™ – MCS software
- Electronic measurement modules
- Electronic sample options
- Electronic temperature options
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