NewsA tiny instrument to measure the faintest magnetic
fields

7th September 2020by admin0
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Physicists at the University of Basel have developed a
minuscule instrument able to detect extremely faint magnetic
fields. At the heart of the superconducting quantum interference
device are two atomically thin layers of graphene, which the
researchers combined with boron nitride. Instruments like this one
have applications in areas such as medicine, besides being used to
research new materials.

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