An apparatus to load gaseous materials to the diamond-anvil cell

Yagi, Takehiko; Yusa, Hitoshi; Yamakata, Masa-aki
August 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Aug1996, Vol. 67 Issue 8, p2981
Academic Journal
Describes an apparatus designed to load gases to the sample chamber of the diamond-anvil cell and driven by a conventional hydraulic press. Applications of the gas loading apparatus; Importance of the ability to load gaseous materials for using them as a pressure transmitting medium.


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