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Magneto-chemical measurements of biochemical compounds with a superconducting magnetometer

Cerdonio, M. and Wang, R. H. and Rossman, G. R. and Mercereau, J. E. (1974) Magneto-chemical measurements of biochemical compounds with a superconducting magnetometer. In: Low Temperature Physics - LT13. Vol.4. Plenum Press , New York , pp. 525-534. ISBN 9780306351211.

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Over the past decade Josephson's predictions1 have been extensively examined and verified in minute detail by many experimenters. Out of this study has come a scientific base upon which a new superconducting quantum electronics is being developed in many laboratories. This paper is a report of the development of a magnetometer instrument, based on principles of quantum superconductivity, which is now in routine use in our laboratory for magnetochemical measurements. For this purpose the high sensitivity of the superconducting magnetic sensor must be matched by very high standards of reproducibility, reliability, and precision of measurement over a temperature range from room temperature to below 4.2°K in magnetic fields up to 800 G.

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Additional Information:© 1974 Plenum Press. Work supported in part by the Office of Naval Research, Contract No. N00014-67-A-0094-0013. Supported in part by CNR. We would like to thank Prof. Harry B. Gray, Dr. H. A. Notarys, Dr. Wray H. Huestis, Dr. Charles Root, and Mr. Steve Decker for many helpful discussions as well as criticisms. We thank Dr. H. E. Hoenig for his valuable contribution to the early stage of this work.
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Official Citation:Cerdonio M, Wang RH, Rossman GR, Mercereau JE (1974) Magneto-chemical measurements of biochemical compounds with a superconducting magnetometer. In Low Temperature Physics-LT13, Vol. 4, K.D. Timmerhaus, W.J. O'Sullivan, and E.F. Hammel, eds., Plenum Press, New York, 525-534.
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