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Abstract: The authors make some kind of modification to the TPS technique and then call it the advantageous TPS (ATPS) technique, which apparently has an improved experimental arrangement. It is also claimed that there is more automation in data acquisition, better accuracy and easier calculations. Fused quartz, low carbon steel and silver chloride crystals are studied with the ATPS technique, with the use of liquid nitrogen to cool the silver chloride down to liquid nitrogen temperatures.

Reference: Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 35, 16 (2002) 2040

DOI: 10.1088/0022-3727/35/16/320