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A nanoelectronic chip cooled to the world record temperature of 2.8 mK

A group of researchers of the University of Basel succeeded in cooling a nanoelectronic chip to a temperature very close to absolute zero thanks to magnetic cooling.

In an article1 published in Applied Physics Letters, a group of researchers from the University of Basel (Switzerland) led by Dominik Zumbühl tackled the cooling at very low temperatures of nanoelectronic devices, such as Coulomb blockade thermometers operating...

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