The greater use of rare earth materials in electronics and mechanical devices, as well as the search for new sources of energy, has spurred intense, new activity in geological lab research. In response, more geologists are using magnetometer systems for earth science research, particularly those involved in paleogeology and paleoclimatic studies.
Lake Shore systems and instruments can play a key role in your work and bring greater efficiencies to your geology research in order to:
- Better understand the evolution of geological formations for environmental studies
- Gain greater insight into magnetic properties of ferrite and rare-earth permanent magnet materials
- Differentiate between single-domain and multi-domain behaviors in geological materials
- Measure transport mechanisms of synthesized crystals and metal oxides