The Resource Matter and methods at low temperatures, Frank Pobell, (electronic resource)

Matter and methods at low temperatures, Frank Pobell, (electronic resource)

Label
Matter and methods at low temperatures
Title
Matter and methods at low temperatures
Statement of responsibility
Frank Pobell
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NOC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1937-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Pobell, Frank
Dewey number
530.4
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QC192
LC item number
.P63 2007eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Matter
  • Low temperatures
  • Cryostats
  • Physique
  • Cryostats
  • Low temperatures
  • Matter
  • Lage temperatuur
  • Koeling
  • Helium
  • Low temperatures
  • Cryostats
  • Electronic books
  • Matter
Label
Matter and methods at low temperatures, Frank Pobell, (electronic resource)
Link
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-46360-3
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Cover -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Properties of Cryoliquids -- 2.1 Liquid Air, Liquid Oxygen, Liquid Nitrogen -- 2.2 Liquid Hydrogen -- 2.3 Liquid Helium -- 2.3.1 Some Properties of the Helium Isotopes -- 2.3.2 Latent Heat of Evaporation and Vapour Pressure -- 2.3.3 Specific Heat -- 2.3.4 Transport Properties of Liquid 4 He: Thermal Conductivity and Viscosity -- 2.3.5 Superfluid Film Flow -- 2.3.6 Liquid 3 He and 3 He -4 He Mixtures at Millikelvin Temperatures -- Problems -- 3 Solid Matter at Low Temperatures -- 3.1 Specific Heat -- 3.1.1 Insulators -- 3.1.2 Metals -- 3.1.3 Superconducting Metals -- 3.1.4 Non-Crystalline Solids -- 3.1.5 Magnetic Specific Heat -- 3.1.6 The Low-Temperature Specific Heat of Copper and Platinum -- 3.1.7 Specific Heat of Some Selected Materials -- 3.1.8 Calorimetry or How to Measure Heat Capacities -- 3.2 Thermal Expansion -- 3.2.1 Thermal Expansion of Solids -- 3.2.2 Dilatometers or How to Measure Thermal Expansions -- 3.3 Thermal Conductivity -- 3.3.1 Lattice Conductivity: Phonons -- 3.3.2 Electronic Thermal Conductivity -- 3.3.3 Thermal Conductivity at Low Temperatures -- 3.3.4 Superconducting Metals -- 3.3.5 Relation Between Thermal and Electrical Conductivity: The Wiedemann -Franz Law -- 3.3.6 Influence of Impurities on Conductivity -- 3.3.7 Thermal Conductivities of Copper, Silver and Aluminum at Low Temperatures -- 3.3.8 How to Measure Thermal Conductivities -- 3.4 Magnetic Susceptibilities -- 3.4.1 Magnetic Susceptibilities of Some Selected Materials -- 3.4.2 How to Measure Susceptibilities and Magnetizations -- Problems -- 4 Thermal Contact and Thermal Isolation -- 4.1 Selection of the Material with the Appropriate Cryogenic Thermal Conductivity -- 4.2 Heat Switches -- 4.2.1 Gaseous and Mechanical Heat Switches -- 4.2.2 Superconducting Heat Switches -- 4.3 Thermal Boundary Resistance -- 4.3.1 Boundary Resistance Between Metals -- 4.3.2 Boundary Resistance Between Liquid Helium and Solids -- Problems -- 5 Helium-4 Cryostats and Closed-Cycle Refrigerators -- 5.1 Use of Liquid 4 He in Low-Temperature Equipment -- 5.1.1 Cool-Down Period -- 5.1.2 Running Phase of the Experiment -- 5.2 Helium-4 Cryostats -- 5.2.1 Double-Walled Glass Dewars -- 5.2.2 Metal Dewars -- 5.2.3 Cryostats for T>5K -- 5.2.4 Cryostats with Variable Temperature for 1 .3K T 4 .2K -- 5.2.5 Auxiliary Equipment -- 5.3 Closed-Cycle Refrigerators -- 5.4 Temperature Control -- Problems -- 6 Helium-3 Cryostats -- 6.1 Helium-3 Cryostats with External Pumps -- 6.2 Helium-3 Cryostats with Internal Adsorption Pumps -- Problems -- 7 The 3 He -4 He Dilution Refrigerator -- 7.1 Properties of Liquid 3 He -4 HeMixtures -- 7.1.1 Phase Diagram and Solubility -- 7.1.2 3 He -4 He Mixturesas Fermi Liquids -- 7.1.3 Finite Solubility of 3 He in 4 He -- 7.1.4 Cooling Power of the Dilution Process -- 7.1.5 Osmotic Pressure -- 7.2 Realization of a 3 He -4 He Dilution Refrigerator -- 7.3 Properties of the Main Components of a 3 He -4 He Dilution Refrigerator -- 7.3.1 Mixing Chamber -- 7.3.2 Still -- 7.3.3 Heat Exchangers -- 7.4 Examples of 3 He -4 He Dilution Refrigerators -- Problems -- 8 Refrigeration by Solidification of Liquid 3 He: Pomeranchuck Cooling -- 8.1 Phase and Entropy Diagrams of 3 H
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd rev. and expanded ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 461 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783540463566
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
9786611351403
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
135140
System control number
  • (OCoLC)122268227
  • (OCoLC)ocn122268227
Label
Matter and methods at low temperatures, Frank Pobell, (electronic resource)
Link
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-46360-3
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Cover -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Properties of Cryoliquids -- 2.1 Liquid Air, Liquid Oxygen, Liquid Nitrogen -- 2.2 Liquid Hydrogen -- 2.3 Liquid Helium -- 2.3.1 Some Properties of the Helium Isotopes -- 2.3.2 Latent Heat of Evaporation and Vapour Pressure -- 2.3.3 Specific Heat -- 2.3.4 Transport Properties of Liquid 4 He: Thermal Conductivity and Viscosity -- 2.3.5 Superfluid Film Flow -- 2.3.6 Liquid 3 He and 3 He -4 He Mixtures at Millikelvin Temperatures -- Problems -- 3 Solid Matter at Low Temperatures -- 3.1 Specific Heat -- 3.1.1 Insulators -- 3.1.2 Metals -- 3.1.3 Superconducting Metals -- 3.1.4 Non-Crystalline Solids -- 3.1.5 Magnetic Specific Heat -- 3.1.6 The Low-Temperature Specific Heat of Copper and Platinum -- 3.1.7 Specific Heat of Some Selected Materials -- 3.1.8 Calorimetry or How to Measure Heat Capacities -- 3.2 Thermal Expansion -- 3.2.1 Thermal Expansion of Solids -- 3.2.2 Dilatometers or How to Measure Thermal Expansions -- 3.3 Thermal Conductivity -- 3.3.1 Lattice Conductivity: Phonons -- 3.3.2 Electronic Thermal Conductivity -- 3.3.3 Thermal Conductivity at Low Temperatures -- 3.3.4 Superconducting Metals -- 3.3.5 Relation Between Thermal and Electrical Conductivity: The Wiedemann -Franz Law -- 3.3.6 Influence of Impurities on Conductivity -- 3.3.7 Thermal Conductivities of Copper, Silver and Aluminum at Low Temperatures -- 3.3.8 How to Measure Thermal Conductivities -- 3.4 Magnetic Susceptibilities -- 3.4.1 Magnetic Susceptibilities of Some Selected Materials -- 3.4.2 How to Measure Susceptibilities and Magnetizations -- Problems -- 4 Thermal Contact and Thermal Isolation -- 4.1 Selection of the Material with the Appropriate Cryogenic Thermal Conductivity -- 4.2 Heat Switches -- 4.2.1 Gaseous and Mechanical Heat Switches -- 4.2.2 Superconducting Heat Switches -- 4.3 Thermal Boundary Resistance -- 4.3.1 Boundary Resistance Between Metals -- 4.3.2 Boundary Resistance Between Liquid Helium and Solids -- Problems -- 5 Helium-4 Cryostats and Closed-Cycle Refrigerators -- 5.1 Use of Liquid 4 He in Low-Temperature Equipment -- 5.1.1 Cool-Down Period -- 5.1.2 Running Phase of the Experiment -- 5.2 Helium-4 Cryostats -- 5.2.1 Double-Walled Glass Dewars -- 5.2.2 Metal Dewars -- 5.2.3 Cryostats for T>5K -- 5.2.4 Cryostats with Variable Temperature for 1 .3K T 4 .2K -- 5.2.5 Auxiliary Equipment -- 5.3 Closed-Cycle Refrigerators -- 5.4 Temperature Control -- Problems -- 6 Helium-3 Cryostats -- 6.1 Helium-3 Cryostats with External Pumps -- 6.2 Helium-3 Cryostats with Internal Adsorption Pumps -- Problems -- 7 The 3 He -4 He Dilution Refrigerator -- 7.1 Properties of Liquid 3 He -4 HeMixtures -- 7.1.1 Phase Diagram and Solubility -- 7.1.2 3 He -4 He Mixturesas Fermi Liquids -- 7.1.3 Finite Solubility of 3 He in 4 He -- 7.1.4 Cooling Power of the Dilution Process -- 7.1.5 Osmotic Pressure -- 7.2 Realization of a 3 He -4 He Dilution Refrigerator -- 7.3 Properties of the Main Components of a 3 He -4 He Dilution Refrigerator -- 7.3.1 Mixing Chamber -- 7.3.2 Still -- 7.3.3 Heat Exchangers -- 7.4 Examples of 3 He -4 He Dilution Refrigerators -- Problems -- 8 Refrigeration by Solidification of Liquid 3 He: Pomeranchuck Cooling -- 8.1 Phase and Entropy Diagrams of 3 H
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd rev. and expanded ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 461 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783540463566
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
9786611351403
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
135140
System control number
  • (OCoLC)122268227
  • (OCoLC)ocn122268227

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