MEASURING TECHNIQUES USING LOW TEMPERATURE EFFECTS.

[In German. / En allemand.]

Author(s) : ALBRECHT G., RICHTER J., HABERKORN W.

Type of article: Article

Summary

THE APPLICATION OF MEASURING TECHNIQUES BASED ON SUPERCONDUCTION EFFECTS ENABLES SENSITIVITY TO MANY PHYSICAL PARAMETERS TO INCREASE SIGNIFICANTLY AS COMPARED TO MEASUREMENTS AT ROOM TEMPERATURE. THE GREAT TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF SUPERCONDUCTOR RESISTANCE NEAR THE TRANSITION TEMPERATURE FORMS THE BASIS OF SUPERSENSITIVE NON-SELECTIVE RADIATION DETECTORS. THE MACROSCOPIC QUANTUM CHARACTERISTICS OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY FOR MAGNETIC FIELDS AND ELECTRICAL QUANTITIES HAS BEEN TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF IN THE WIDE APPLICATION OF SUPERCONDUCTING QUANTUM INTERFEROMETERS.

Details

  • Original title: [In German. / En allemand.]
  • Record ID : 1981-1090
  • Languages: German
  • Publication date: 1980
  • Source: Source: Luft K√§ltetech.
    vol. 16; n. 4; 213-215; 9 fig.; 2 tabl.; 4 ref.
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