Compact multianvil device for in situ studies at high pressures and temperatures.

Abstract : We describe a recently developed device for in situ studies at pressures up to 25 GPa and temperatures up to 2300 K. The system consists of a 450 tonV7 Paris-Edinburgh press combined with a Stony Brook ‘T-cup' multianvil stage. Such a compact large-volume set-up has a total mass of 100 kg only and can be readily used on most synchrotron radiation facilities. The optimization of the set-up by off-line tests is detailed, and we present some X-ray diffraction results which demonstrate the potential of the technique.
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Y. Le Godec, G. Hamel, D. Martinez-Garcia, T. Hammouda, V. L. Solozhenko, et al.. Compact multianvil device for in situ studies at high pressures and temperatures.. International Journal of High Pressure Research, 2005, 25, pp.243-253. ⟨hal-00021936⟩

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