A Circulating Air Bath Cryostat and its use in Dynamic Adsorption
The cryostat described in this paper was developed to fill a need for a general purpose laboratory apparatus to provide a fairly large thermostated space in which any constant temperature between room temperature and -320°F could be maintained at ±1°F, even under conditions of substantial heat input to the cryostat. Flexibility of operation, simplicity and reliability of automatic control were the primary considerations in the development of the cryostat.
KeywordsHeat Input Copper Tube Liquid Level Liquid Bath Butterfly Valve
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