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by T. J. Quinn
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Temperature by T. J. Quinn

Temperature, Second Edition gives a comprehensive account of the principles of thermometry over the range 0.5 K to about 3000 K.
The book focuses on various topics on the field of thermometry such as the full description of the ITS-90, its practical application and preparation; accounts of total radiation thermometry and acoustic gas thermometry using spherical resonators; and the development of sealed cells for the realization of fixed points. The construction and use of high-temperature platinum resistance thermometers; introduction of the use of gold-platinum thermocouple; and the calibration and practical application of radiation thermometers are discussed as well.
Physicists, engineers, researchers, and students will find the book a good reference.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 508
Size: 54.4 MB
Publisher: Academic Press
Date published:   1990
ISBN: 9781483259345 (DRM-PDF)

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