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Mössbauer Spectroscopy

The most common system used for Mössbauer Spectroscopy is the X-20, which has vibration levels of 3-5 nm. Used less frequently for Mössbauer are the LT3-WMX-1SS series cryocoolers and the X-19OP with the low vibration feature attached. Please consult the factory for more details and options.

X-20
Ultra-Low Vibration

CS202_E-DMX-20
        

Ideal for low vibration optical experiments

Vibrations < 3-5 nm

Helium exchange gas is used to decouple the cryocooler from the interface

Customizable for ultra-fast optical experiments and magneto-optical applications

Quick and easy sample access via pop-off shroud

High temperature stability

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*F-DMX-20 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS204*F-DMX-20 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS210*F-GMX-20 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-19-OP
Sample in Vapor

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Fast sample change

Uniform sample cooling

Great for samples that are poor thermal conductors

Large optical access

Low vibration applications achieved with bellows

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS204*F-FMX-19-OP CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS210*F-GMX-19-OP CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

LT3-WMX-1SS
High Performance

  

Well suited for electrical, magnetic, and optical experiments

Five window ports and has F/0.8 to collect weak signals

Vacuum shroud attaches via a double o-ring which allows for rotation under vacuum

When fitted with a nickel plated copper radiation shield that provides a durable low emissivity finish, system can achieve vacuum levels of 10-7 Torr.

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
LT3-WMX-1SS Flow A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs