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Default Are multiple H-coils needed to accurately measure magnetic field strengths?

Is more always better? Researchers from Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan, sought to find out if that was the case for measuring magnetic field strengths. Their paper, appearing this week in AIP Advances, examines whether a double H-coil method or a single H-coil method is a more accurate way to measure magnetic field strength.

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