SRD1000: a superconductive reference device for thermometry below 1 K

W.A. Bosch, A. Chinchure, Jakob Flokstra, G.E. de Groot, M.J. de Groot, E. van Heumen, R. Jochemsen, F. Mathu, A. Peruzzi, Dick Veldhuis

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Abstract

A superconductive reference device (SRD1000), providing 10 reference points in the temperature range 10 mK–1 K with dedicated measurement electronics, has been developed and tested to provide direct traceability to the new provisional low temperature scale (PLTS-2000). We report on the repeatability of the transition temperatures of samples of IrxRh100−x alloys (with transition temperatures between 20 and 100 mK) and some single crystals (Cd, Zn, AuIn2,AuAl2 and W).
Original languageUndefined
Pages (from-to)1562-1563
JournalPhysica B
Volume329-33
Issue numberPart 2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2003

Keywords

  • Thermometry
  • Fixed points
  • IR-74904
  • Superconductive reference device
  • PLTS-2000

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Bosch, W. A., Chinchure, A., Flokstra, J., de Groot, G. E., de Groot, M. J., van Heumen, E., ... Veldhuis, D. (2003). SRD1000: a superconductive reference device for thermometry below 1 K. Physica B, 329-33(Part 2), 1562-1563. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0921-4526(02)02295-0