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Generation of Megagauss Magnetic Fields and Their Application to Solid State Physics

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Part of the Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences book series (SSSOL, volume 92)

Abstract

“Nature does not favour high magnetic fields.” This is the well-known dictum given by Professor S. Chikazumi who had been working on the generation of high magnetic fields for many years. The statement symbolizes well the difficulties involved in the generation of magagauss fields. Indeed, when we want to generate magnetic fields higher than some threshold value, all the physical laws are such that they seem to prevent it. There are so many difficult technical problems in the generation of ultra-high magnetic fields. However, once we overcome these difficulties and succeed in achieving convenient means for the generation of high fields, it will open up various new possibilities for application. For solid state physics, in particular, a magnetic field is one of the most important physical parameters that determine the existing form of matter. Therefore, it is a very powerful means for solid state physics to investigate phenomena which take place in solids when the applied magnetic field becomes extremely high.

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Plasma Focus Faraday Rotation Yttrium Iron Garnet Coil System Maxwell Stress 
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