What is it about?
Proposed here is a method for constructing systems of circular thin Helmholtz coils (conic coils), which makes it possible to obtain a magnetic field with any degree of inhomogeneity by doubling the number of coils.
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Why is it important?
For testing and calibrating measuring instruments, magnetic resonance imaging, plasma physics, navigating a permanent magnet microrobot, and bioelectromagnetic experiments, it is often required to generate both constant and variable magnetic fields with high homogeneity.
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This page is a summary of: On the possibility of creating a magnetic field with a given degree of spatial inhomogeneity, Review of Scientific Instruments, June 2021, American Institute of Physics, DOI: 10.1063/5.0040871.
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