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The status of Johnson noise thermometry
Since Johnson's experimental observations of thermal noise in 1927, and Nyquist's explanation of the phenomenon shortly afterwards in 1928, thermal noise has attracted interest as a means ofExpand
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Circuit cavity electromechanics in the strong-coupling regime
Mechanical systems (such as levers, clockwork mechanisms, and pendulums) are the stuff of classical …
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Ballistic thermal and electrical conductance measurements on individual multiwall carbon nanotubes
We report thermal measurements on individual carbon nanotubes using a temperature sensing scanned microscope probe. An arc-grown bundle of multiwalled nanotubes (MWNTs) is mechanically attached to aExpand
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Measurement and noise performance of nano-superconducting-quantum-interference devices fabricated by focused ion beam
Science and industry demand ever more sensitive measurements on ever smaller systems, as exemplified by spintronics, nanoelectromechanical system, and spin-based quantum information processing, whereExpand
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Grid/cloud computing interoperability, standardization and the Next Generation Network (NGN)
This paper discusses the relationship between grid and cloud computing, identifies gaps and overlaps in existing standards and identifies howGrid and cloud technology could be exploited to improve the efficiency of NGN resources and to offer new “data” services to consumers. Expand
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SQUIDs, the Josephson Effects and Superconducting Electronics
Introduction to Superconductivity The Josephson Effects Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices DC SQUIDs Applications of SQUIDs to Analogue Measurements High-Frequency and Digital ApplicationsExpand
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New limits in ultrasensitive trace detection by surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS)
We show the possibility of chemical tracing in solution down to a concentration of a fraction of an atto mol (10 � 18 ) by means of non-resonant surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS). TheExpand
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Sustainable production of highly conductive multilayer graphene ink for wireless connectivity and IoT applications
Printed electronics offer a breakthrough in the penetration of information technology into everyday life. The possibility of printing electronic circuits will further promote the spread of theExpand
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SQUIDs: some limits to measurement*
SQUIDs are used extensively across the world of precision measurement in physics and many other sciences, including earth science studies and medicine, providing some of the most precise measurementsExpand
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Single particle detection: Phase control in submicron Hall sensors
We present a phase-sensitive ac-dc Hall magnetometry method which allows a clear and reliable separation of real and parasitic magnetic signals of a very small magnitude. High-sensitivityExpand
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