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 October 11, 2018 
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#ALT#Precise Temperature Measurement for Cryogenic Experiments

Lake Shore Cernox® cryogenic sensors offer low magnetoresistance and fast thermal response over a wide range of temperatures. The smaller package size of these thin film sensors make them useful in a broader range of experimental mounting schemes, and they are also available in chip form. Cernox sensors have been proven very stable over repeated thermal cycling and under extended exposure to ionizing radiation.

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