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      Low temperature; thermal conductivity; heat capacity; pulse method

    • Abstract

       

      We describe briefly the experimental facilities developed for the measurement of thermal conductivity of solids in the temperature range 10K–300K. Different techniques have been used for the determination of thermal conductivity, depending on the relaxation time of the system under investigation. Measurements on stainless steel 304, using steady state and non-steady state methods are presented. Values of thermal conductivity obtained by both these methods agree to each other and are consistent with those reported earlier.

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      P Balaya1 H S Jayanna1 2 Hemant Joshi1 G Sumana1 V G Narasimha Murthy1 V Prasad1 S V Subramanyam1

      1. Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore - 560 012, India
      2. Department of Physics, Kuvempu University, B.R. Project, Shimoga - 577 115, India
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