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Cooling by adiabatic pressure application in
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5.For La concentrations a metal-to-insulator (MI) transition occurs at K which is far below the SPT temperatures observed for and therefore irrelevant for the present application.
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9.The temperature where the entropy of the phase vanishes depends on the exchange coupling between the ions. For our calculations, we have assumed an exchange interaction of the order of 1 K as derived from heat capacity data [P. Allenspach (private communication)].
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