Mitin, V.F., McDonald, P.C., Pavese, F., Boltovets, N.S., Kholevchuk, V.V., Nemish, I.Yu., Basanets, V.V., Dugaev, V.K., Sorokin, P.V., Venger, E.F. and Mitin, E.V.
New temperature and magnetic field sensors for cryogenic applications developed under a European Project.
Zhang, L., Lin, L. and Chen, G. (eds.)
Proceedings of the Twentieth International Cryogenic Engineering Conference (ICEC20).
Twentieth International Cryogenic Engineering Conference
Amsterdam, the Netherlands,
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Progress is reviewed, in the development of various semiconductor sensors for
measurement of temperature and magnetic field that are intended for use in
cryogenic engineering and low-temperature physics and have been developed in
an international collaboration supported by the European Union. A range of
resistance thermometers based on both bulk and film Ge and SiC has been
developed, to provide high sensitivity over complementary temperature ranges,
within the overall range 0,03 to 500 K. New types of Si and GaAs diode
temperature sensor have also been produced. A novel multisensor for concurrent
measurements of temperature and magnetic fields has been designed, which
consists of a Ge-film resistance thermometer and a InSb-film Hall generator.
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