Quantum refrigerators – the quantum thermodynamics of cooling Bose gases
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Citation of Original PublicationDeffner, Sebastian; Quantum refrigerators – the quantum thermodynamics of cooling Bose gases; Quantum 3,20; https://doi.org/10.22331/qv-2019-08-13-20;
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