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3 Author(s)
E. T. Frantsuz ; D.I. Mendeleyev Res. Inst. of Metrol., St. Petersburg, USSR ; Y. D. Gorchakov ; V. M. Khavinson

Tests of an electromechanical system developed for measurements of the magnetic flux quantum, Planck's constant, and the elementary charge in SI units by a procedure based on a superconducting levitated mass have shown a precision of several parts in 106. When a special cryogenic measuring device is introduced into the system, the precision will increase to several parts in 107. Further improvements in the measuring setup should result in an uncertainty below 1 part in 107

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IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement  (Volume:41 ,  Issue: 4 )