Update on the Oxford high magnetic field facilities in the year 2000

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Root and branch change has resulted at the UK's principal high magnetic field facility since the abandonment of multi-MW water-cooled magnets in 1997. Ultra-high-field pulsed magnets are centered in a new dedicated magnet suite. Continuous fields are provided by superconducting magnets up to 21.5 T. Unique work on high-temperature materials should push this up to 25 T and beyond.

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Jones, H., Siertsema, W. J., Richens, P. E., Newson, M., Saleh, P. M., & Hickman, A. L. (2001). Update on the Oxford high magnetic field facilities in the year 2000. Physica B: Condensed Matter, 294295, 598–604. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0921-4526(00)00727-4

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