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London Low Temperature Laboratory

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The London Low Temperature Laboratory is a centre for fundamental research in the mK and μK temperature regime and the development of new instrumentation and thermometry.

We are a founding member of the European Microkelvin Collaboration|.

We have three nuclear adiabatic demagnetisation cryostats ND1, ND2, and ND3.

ND3 is currently under construction and will be open to access by external users from 2011. It will offer a sample environment of temperatures less than 1 mK and magnetic fields up to 9T.

In addition there are a further six dilution refrigerators.

The laboratory is supported by EPSRC, the European Commission (FP7), and Oxford Instruments Nanoscience.

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