New Evaluation of T- T2000 from 0.02 K to 1 K by Independent Thermodynamic Methods

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New Evaluation of T- T2000 from 0.02 K to 1 K by Independent Thermodynamic Methods. / Engert, J.; Kirste, A.; Shibahara, A.; Casey, A.; Levitin, L. V.; Saunders, J.; Hahtela, O.; Kemppinen, A.; Mykkänen, E.; Prunnila, M.; Gunnarsson, D.; Roschier, L.; Meschke, M.; Pekola, J.

In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THERMOPHYSICS, Vol. 37, No. 12, 125, 01.12.2016.

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Engert, J, Kirste, A, Shibahara, A, Casey, A, Levitin, LV, Saunders, J, Hahtela, O, Kemppinen, A, Mykkänen, E, Prunnila, M, Gunnarsson, D, Roschier, L, Meschke, M & Pekola, J 2016, 'New Evaluation of T- T2000 from 0.02 K to 1 K by Independent Thermodynamic Methods' INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THERMOPHYSICS, vol. 37, no. 12, 125. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10765-016-2123-4

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Engert, J. ; Kirste, A. ; Shibahara, A. ; Casey, A. ; Levitin, L. V. ; Saunders, J. ; Hahtela, O. ; Kemppinen, A. ; Mykkänen, E. ; Prunnila, M. ; Gunnarsson, D. ; Roschier, L. ; Meschke, M. ; Pekola, J. / New Evaluation of T- T2000 from 0.02 K to 1 K by Independent Thermodynamic Methods. In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THERMOPHYSICS. 2016 ; Vol. 37, No. 12.

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