Capacitive-Thermometry Characteristics of a Titanate Glass-Ceramic at Low Temperatures

  • W. N. Lawless
Part of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering book series (ACRE, volume 16)


Cryogenic thermometry below about 20°K is complicated by several factors such as self-heating, mathematical representability, reduced sensitivity, etc., and in the presence of magnetic fields the use of resistance thermometry is seriously limited by the magnetoresistance (Hall) effect [1].


Glass Matrix Resistance Heater Indium Foil Magnetic Field Experiment Dope Ceramic 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. N. Lawless
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  1. 1.Corning Glass WorksCorningUSA

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