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/content/aip/journal/rsi/82/2/10.1063/1.3534845
2011-02-10
2016-02-12

Abstract

Libbrecht and Libbrecht recently described a thermoelectric temperature controller for which they claimed an absolute accuracy of 100 mK. They did not specify the heat-dissipation coefficient for their thermistor temperature sensor—which would dissipate more power than is usual in such circuits— nor make any allowance for self-heating in the thermistor. Self-heating can be expected to have introduced more than 100 mK of absolute error in their circuit.

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