Simultaneous measurements of heat capacity and spin-lattice relaxation time in high magnetic

Andraka, B.; Takano, Y.
December 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Dec1996, Vol. 67 Issue 12, p4256
Academic Journal
Proposes a method to measure heat capacities at low temperature and in high magnetic field. Method's basis on an improved version of the thermal relaxation technique; Use of the method to measure the nuclear spin-lattice relaxation time and nuclear heat capacity; Measurement of the electronic heat capacity of pure copper at certain temperatures.


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