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Reduction of vibrational noise from continuously filled 1 K pots
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9.The temperature behavior of the system suggests that the thermal ground of the impedance successfully diverted the heat flow away from the 1 K pot.
10.We found that the system could be kept in this state for over an hour, and there is no reason why this is not an equilibrium state.
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