Hi. I'm looking for a common electronic component that can be used to determine a temperature between room temperature and that of liquid nitrogen. -Multimetre probe failed, getting stuck at -135*C -Common NTC thermistors rapidly ascent past gigaohm range, even from 1Ω-5Ω initial values -A ceramic capacitor looses a consistent amount of capacitance between here and there, but the capacitance keeps slowly trickling away at LN2 temperature (and i don't have a clue at what relationship is there between the C and T). -A common resistor does not loose or gain any significant or consistent amount of resistance. -A cr2032 battery ceases to work sharply So, the question is - what is a practical way to measure such temperatures, without sourcing special probes and components? The only thing that gives consistent data points on both ends is the ceramic capacitor - is it a valid temperature sensor? How exactly does it respond to temperature?