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Helium Cryogenics

Van Sciver, Steven W.

2nd ed. 2012, XXIV, 470 p. 220 illus., 9 illus. in color.

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“The second edition of ‘Helium Cryogenics’ arrives 26 years after the first. During that time, the first edition has become a standard reference for students, researchers and engineers working with helium as a cryogenic fluid and in particular, those working with superfluid helium (He II). Prof. Steven Van Sciver’s second edition greatly updates and expands the original text incorporating significant new research. The new edition also reflects the author’s development as a researcher and teacher…The second edition of ‘Helium Cryogenics’ is highly recommended. The organization and exposition are clear and the tables and figures are elegant and informative. This belongs in the collection of anyone learning about or using helium as a cryogenic fluid. People who already possess the first edition would benefit by acquiring the second edition.”
(Dr. John Weisend II, Cold Facts [Summer 2012, Vol. 28, Number 3])

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