manganin coil, temperature dependence, coil resistance
We have determined the temperature dependence in the first-order pressure coefficient of a manganin coil to be dBetaB/dT= (4.2±0.8) ×10^-7 (kbar degrees C)^-1 in the equation R (T,P) =R (T,0)(1+BetaP+GammaP2), where R (T,P) is the coil resistance at temperature T and pressure P. The measurements were performed by simultaneously measuring the coil resistance and temperature at the transitions of mercury and bismuth, which were observed by differential thermal analysis.
Original Publication Citation
Weiss, Jonathan D., D. L. Decker, and H. B. Vanfleet."Behavior of a manganin coil at elevated temperatures and pressures." Journal of Applied Physics 47 (1976): 4188-4189.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Weiss, Jonathan D.; Decker, Daniel L.; and Vanfleet, H. B., "Behavior of a manganin coil at elevated temperatures and pressures" (1976). All Faculty Publications. 776.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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