Neutron spin echo spectroscopy under 17 T magnetic field at RESEDA

Jonas Kindervater, N Martin, Wolfgang Haeussler, M Krautloher, C Fuchs, Sebastian Muehlbauer, Joshua Lim, Elizabeth Blackburn, Peter Boeni, Christian Pfleiderer

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Abstract

We report proof-of-principle measurements at the neutron resonance spin echo spectrometer RESEDA (MLZ) under large magnetic fields by means of Modulation of IntEnsity with Zero Effort (MIEZE). Our study demonstrates the feasibility of applying strong magnetic fields up to 17 T at the sample while maintaining unchanged sub-μeV resolution. We find that the MIEZE-spin-echo resolution curve remains essentially unchanged as a function of magnetic field up to the highest fields available, promising access to high fields without need for additional fine-tuning of the instrument. This sets the stage for the experimental investigations of subtle field dependent phenomena, such as magnetic field-driven phase transitions in hard and soft condensed matter physics.
Original languageEnglish
Article number03008
Number of pages4
JournalEPJ Web of Conferences
Volume83
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 23 Jan 2015

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