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This post discusses mounting optics inside the sample space of the Cryostation.

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Performance test of the vibrations and drift of the Cryostation Microscope.

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A brief article discussing the benefits of having an automated closed-cycle cryostat in your laboratory environment.

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The history of the helium supply in the United States as well as the current status of the availability and price of helium.

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Making a custom mount for samples in the Montana Instruments Cryostation is common, but it is important to include a couple of best practices when considering building a custom mount.

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Understanding how much and when a sample will drift at cryogenic temperatures is important for researchers. This article explains how the Montana Instrument's Cryostation has developed a way to minimize drift while at a steady temperature, and while transitioning over large temperature ranges.

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Learn how the team managed to balance 12 axis of motion, 8 high frequency coax connections, fiber optic feedthroughs, low working distance, and a custom sample mount with a low temperature, low vibration, highly stable system.

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Helium has become difficult to source. This article explains the history of sourcing helium and why it is currently expensive to procure. The Cryostation is a closed cycle cryostat that eliminates the need for cryogenic researchers to find helium.

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Posted 23 July, 2012