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International MegaGauss Science Laboratory

newmaterials_photoThe aim of this laboratory is to study the physical properties of matter (such as semiconductors, magnetic materials, metals, insulators) under ultrahigh magnetic field conditions. Such a high magnetic field is also used for realizing the new material phase and functions. Our pulse magnets can generate up to 80 Tesla by non-destructive way, and up to 1000 Tesla by destructive (the single turn coil and the electromagnetic flux compression) methods. The former serves for the physical precision measurements (the electro-conductance, the optics, and the magnetization). The multiple extreme physical conditions combining the strong magnetic field with ultra-low temperature and ultra-high pressure are also available, and are open for domestic as well as for international scientists. The magnet technologies are intensively devoted to developments for the quasi-steady long pulse magnet (an order of 1-10 sec) energized by the world largest DC generator (210 MJ), and also to a 100 Tesla class nondestructive magnet. Whereas, the explosive pulse magnets capable of generating 1000 Tesla are oriented for new horizons in material science under such extreme quantum limit conditions.

TAKEYAMA, Shojiro   Research Contents Group's Homepage
KINDO, Koichi   Research Contents Group's Homepage
TOKUNAGA, Masashi   Research Contents Group's HomepageJapanese Only
MATSUDA, Yasuhiro   Research Contents Group's Homepage
KOHAMA, Yoshimitsu   Research Contents Group's HomepageJapanese Only
OSADA, Toshihito (*) Research Contents Group's HomepageJapanese Only

(*) concurrent with Division of Condensed Matter Science

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