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Supercold : an introduction to low temperature technology.

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Published

Journal publication date05/1980
JournalCryogenics
Journal number5
Volume20
Number of pages1
Pages291-291
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Supercold is intended to illuminate, for non-scientists, the huge and growing area of technology which depends on cold in one form or another. Super is to be taken as implying excellence rather than extremity since the book is not devoted exclusively to the latest nuclear adiabatic demagnetisation experiments, although these are in fact described.

Bibliographic note

Review of "Supercold: an introduction to low temperature technology" by D. Wilson, Faber and Faber (1979).