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September 2nd, 2003
Taking nano temperatures
Scientists from the University of California, Santa Barbara, US, have used a superconductor-insulator-normal metal (SIN) tunnel junction as a nanoscale thermometer. Ultimately, the device could have applications in detecting single photons of far-infrared radiation.
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