Preparation and use of superconductive fixed point devices, SRM 767
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Statement[by] J.F. Schooley, R.J. Soulen and G.A. Evans, Heat Division, Institute for Basic Standards.
SeriesSpecial publication - 260 series. Standard reference materials -- 260-44.
ContributionsSchooley, J F., Soulen, R J., Evans, G A.
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Open LibraryOL18950534M

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Title: Standard Reference Materials: Preparation and use of superconductive fixed point devices, SRM / Date Published: Authors: Jr, R J Soulen, J F Schooley Report Number: NBS SP doi: / Download PDF | Download Citation. More than cryogenic-temperature reference-point devices based upon the reproducible superconductive transition temperatures of five elements have been distributed through the NBS Office of Standard Reference Materials as SRM The fixed-point temperatures of the device have been noted as reference temperatures of the Provisional Temperature Scale K to 30 by: 6.   Our use of a mounting technique which permits sample replacement was thus a necessary feature of the SRM device preparation. Improved superconductive temperature reference standards The SRM device has proved to be Cited by: 6. The preparation, testing, and use of SRM devices are described. These devices incorporate samples of lead, indium, aluminum, zinc, and cadmium within a mutual inductance coil pair.

[2] Schooley J.F., Soulen Jr. R.J. and Evans G.A., Preparation and use of superconductive fixed point devices SRM , NBS special publication [3] Soulen Jr. R.J., Dove R.B., SRM Temperature Reference Standard for use below K, NBS special publication [4] Cryop VacuumSchmelze, Hanau, Germany. device SRM [Schooley et al. () and Schooley and Soulen ()], so that the ST - temperatures were only used officially in the sense of a reference material (see Sec. ). Furthermore, ST-temperatures are not used as fixed points in the definition of the ITS Here are some ideas about how you can use your SRM Training System, just to start you off: x “Quality, not quantity” – make the most of your time on your bike, by using the SRM to optimise your training. x Find out what happens to YOU when you do a given training program – everyone is an. Preparation and use of superconductive fixed point devices, SRM J.F. Schooley, R.J. Soulen, Jr., and G.A. Evans, Jr (NBS special publication,

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