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Vibration-induced field fluctuations in a superconducting magnet

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Author(s)

Joseph W. Britton, John J. Bollinger, Justin G. Bohnet, Brian C. Sawyer, Hermann Uys, Michael Biercuk

Abstract

Superconducting magnets enable precise control of nuclear and electron spins, and are used in experiments that explore biological and condensed matter systems, and fundamental atomic particles. In high-precision applications, a common view is that that slow (
Citation
Applied Physics Reviews

Keywords

superconductivity fluctuations, electron spin resonance (ESR), nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) mass spectrometry, ion cyclotron resonance, superconducting magnets

Citation

Britton, J. , Bollinger, J. , Bohnet, J. , Sawyer, B. , Uys, H. and Biercuk, M. (2016), Vibration-induced field fluctuations in a superconducting magnet, Applied Physics Reviews (Accessed October 1, 2022)
Created June 27, 2016, Updated February 19, 2017