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Evaluation of an Effective Conduction Cooling Device for Low-Temperature Phosphorimetry

Volume 34, Number 1 (Feb. 1980) Page 15-17

Ward, J.L.; Bateh, R.P.; Winefordner, J.D.

A conduction cooling system is presented as a possible means of Improving the precision of sample introduction in low-temperature phosphorimetry. Analytical figures of merit are shown for several compounds as a means of evaluating the system and comparing it to immersion cooling systems. The results show that the two methods of cooling are comparable, but the new system does have advantages for routine analysis applications.