Optical refrigeration cools below 100K

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MELGAARD, Seth, Alexander R. ALBRECHT, Markus HEHLEN, Denis SELETSKIY, Mansoor SHEIK-BAHAE, 2014. Optical refrigeration cools below 100K. CLEO : QELS_Fundamental Science. San Jose, Jun 8, 2014 - Jun 13, 2014. In: CLEO: QELS-Fundamental Science : part of CLEO ; 8 - 13 June 2014, San Jose, California, United States. Washington, DC:Optical Society of America, FTh4D.4. ISBN 978-1-55752-999-2. Available under: doi: 10.1364/CLEO_QELS.2014.FTh4D.4

@inproceedings{Melgaard2014Optic-33292, title={Optical refrigeration cools below 100K}, year={2014}, doi={10.1364/CLEO_QELS.2014.FTh4D.4}, isbn={978-1-55752-999-2}, address={Washington, DC}, publisher={Optical Society of America}, booktitle={CLEO: QELS-Fundamental Science : part of CLEO ; 8 - 13 June 2014, San Jose, California, United States}, author={Melgaard, Seth and Albrecht, Alexander R. and Hehlen, Markus and Seletskiy, Denis and Sheik-Bahae, Mansoor}, note={Article Number: FTh4D.4} }

eng 2016-03-10T13:04:52Z 2014 Sheik-Bahae, Mansoor Hehlen, Markus Melgaard, Seth Sheik-Bahae, Mansoor Hehlen, Markus Melgaard, Seth Seletskiy, Denis Albrecht, Alexander R. Albrecht, Alexander R. Seletskiy, Denis Optical refrigeration cools below 100K 2016-03-10T13:04:52Z We report a milestone in optical refrigeration, cooling a 10% Yb:YLF crystal to 93K (ΔT~180K); obtaining the coldest solid-state temperature to date. Identification of transition metal impurities via mass spectrometry allows further cooling through purification.

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