susceptometer

susceptometer

[‚sə′sep′täm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument that measures paramagnetic, diamagnetic, or ferromagnetic susceptibility.
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Holgersson, "A novel and rapid method for quantification of magnetic nanoparticle-cell interactions using a desktop susceptometer," Nanotechnology, vol.
The ac-susceptibility was measured using susceptometer as a function of temperature at 3.87 Oe magnetic field and an exciting frequency of 131.11Hz.
(16,28,29) Three methods can be used to estimate HIC in HSCT recipients: biochemical analysis of liver biopsy, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)30 and superconducting quantum interference device susceptometer. (31,32)
Next, we observed the Meissner effect with an AC susceptometer. Here, the magnetic flux exclusion by the superconducting pellets was detected by placing the pellets within an induction coil and by measuring the coil's change in inductance as a function of temperature.