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23 06, 2020

ORIGIN OF THE LARGE UPPER CRITICAL FIELD OF A STOICHIOMETRIC IRON-BASED SUPERCONDUCTOR, CaKFe4As4

By | 2020-07-13T10:47:38+00:00 June 23rd, 2020|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

Matthew Bristow, Amalia Coldea, University of Oxford and William Knafo, LNCMI-Toulouse. CaKFe4As4 belongs to a new family of 1144 iron-based superconductors. It is a clean and stoichiometric superconductor with a relatively high critical temperature of 35 K. This system lacks long-range magnetic order or a nematic electronic state at [...]

23 06, 2020

EVIDENCE FOR AN EXOTIC HIGH-FIELD SUPERCONDUCTING STATE IN FeSe

By | 2020-07-13T10:55:49+00:00 June 23rd, 2020|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

S. Kasahara, Kyoto University, N. Hussey, HFML Nijmegen, and J. Wosnitza, HLD Dresden. Superconductivity is destroyed at high magnetic fields. Usually, the highest field up to which this state can exist is the Pauli paramagnetic limit, when the Zeeman energy of the itinerant electrons becomes larger than the superconducting [...]

23 06, 2020

SCAFFOLD-FREE AND LABEL-FREE BIOFABRICATION TECHNOLOGY USING LEVITATIONAL ASSEMBLY IN HIGH MAGNETIC FIELD

By | 2020-06-23T08:55:47+00:00 June 23rd, 2020|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

Hans Engelkamp and Peter Christianen, HFML Nijmegen. This research shows that magnetic levitational bioassembly with a non-toxic, low concentration of a paramagnetic medium in high magnetic field is technologically feasible. Moreover, the experimental results confirm that it can be used as a cost-effective alternative to microgravity research at the [...]

3 06, 2020

COVID-19 situation update – EMFL

By | 2020-06-03T14:02:43+00:00 June 3rd, 2020|News|0 Comments

Due to the outbreak of Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the spread of related COVID-19 infections worldwide, with travel restrictions introduced by many countries, the European Magnetic Field Laboratory stopped its operational activities. Users scheduled for user operations were rescheduled to a later date.Meanwhile, signs of alleviation of the COVID-19 crisis are [...]

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