Scientists looking for a cryostat with a Chase cooler now have a commercial choice for studying Cosmic Microwave Background radiation.
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The need for new cryogenic systems does not appear to be waning. Every day, new uses are discovered, requiring new products. Danaher Cryogenics is up for the challenge. By exercising the relationships formed over the last quarter-century, and employing the experience gained from many past successes, Danaher Cryogenics embraces the future with optimism and enthusiasm.
These advances are pursuing better measurements of the polarization and amplitude of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation. These improved measurements can lead to a more complete understanding of aspects of the universe such as neutrino physics, inflation and gravitational waves, to name just a few.
In this Cold Facts article, Charlie Danaher discusses how to effectively use an ADR cryostat and what to consider when using an ADR cryostat.
Experimentalists seeking cryogenic platforms below 250 mK have essentially two choices: a Dilution Refrigeration (DR) cryostat or Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigeration (ADR) cryostat. There are particular applications where one or the other is the best tool. In some cases, either may be equally suitable. Let’s discuss the differences.
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