Cryogenic cooling systems are a necessity for the vast majority of modern physics labs, where they are used to keep experiment temperatures at extreme lows. It is only at such low temperatures that the level of residual noise becomes low enough for sensitive measurements to take place. Despite being a necessity, many cryogenic systems are expensive, inflexible or difficult to operate, however, MMR's Kleemenko Coolers aim to change this.
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Cryogenic cooling systems are a necessity for the vast majority of modern physics labs, where they are used to keep experiment temperatures at extreme lows. It is only at such low temperatures that the level of residual noise becomes low enough for sensitive measurements to take place.
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