PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1970 ULTRALOW TEMPERATURE SYMPOSIUM HELD AT NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY, WASHINGTON, D. C. ON APRIL 23-24, 1970,
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON D C
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Reports were presented on A history of paramagnetic cooling Historical survey of nuclear cooling Historical survey of other means of cooling below 0.3 K Thermometry at ultralow temperature Thermal contact and isolation Theory of He3-He4 dilution refrigerators Practical consideration of He3-He4 refrigerators Uses of dilution refrigerators Experiments of the future of ultralow temperatures 0.3 K Nuclear cooling combined with dilution refrigeration Hyperfine enhanced nuclear cooling in metallic materials Superconducting flux detector applied to thermometry in the 1-mK range Superconducting quantum interference nuclear thermometer The importance of dipole-dipole interactions in ultralow temperature physics Nonlocal effects in clean type II superconductors at ultralow temperatures A particular use of a dilution refrigerator and Predictions for helium film creep at ultralow temperatures.
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