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Department

Physics

Abstract

Cryogenics play a vital role in building a Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) target for electron scattering experiments. The target material temperature was monitored using thermometry in order to evaluate their stability for use in the low temperature cryogenic bath of a DNP target. In this project, I investigated there solutions and accuracies of carbon ceramic, Cernox, Allen-Bradley, and thermocouple sensors at five known temperatures.

Date of Publication or Presentation

Spring 4-23-2014

Project Type

Undergraduate Research Project

College or School

CEPS

First Advisor

K. Slifer

Second Advisor

E. Long

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