Lake Shore showcased its system at the MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit.
The annual meeting showcases the latest developments in materials research.
In addition to its cryogenic probe stations, Lake Shore highlighted its terahertz (THz) materials characterisation system, a prototype product the company revealed earlier this month at the APS March Meeting.
Expected for late 2013 delivery, the system will allow researchers to explore important phenomena in novel electronic and magnetic materials, using non-destructive, non-contact THz energy.
- Carrier scattering time in semiconductors, important to development of high speed electronics.
- Vibrational resonances in molecular solids, important to chemical identification and research in organic electronic and magnetic materials.
- Antiferromagnetic resonances, important to spin-based computing.
MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit took place April 1-5, 2013 in San Francisco, California.
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