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X-Ray Diffraction Studies Under Non-Ambient Conditions: Application to Transition-Metal Dichalcogenide Solid Lubricants

  • E. F. Skelton (a1), A. W. Webb (a1), M. W. Schaefer (a1), D. Schiferl (a2), A. I. Katz (a2), H. D. Hochheimer (a2) and S. B. Qadri (a3)...

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During the past quarter-century, the field of high pressure research has undergone a quiet revolution. This has resulted from the creation and development of the diamond-anvil cell (DAC). Because diamonds are the hardest known materials, the highest static pressures can be attained and indefinitely held in these devices, recent pressure records have surpassed 400 GPa.

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X-Ray Diffraction Studies Under Non-Ambient Conditions: Application to Transition-Metal Dichalcogenide Solid Lubricants

  • E. F. Skelton (a1), A. W. Webb (a1), M. W. Schaefer (a1), D. Schiferl (a2), A. I. Katz (a2), H. D. Hochheimer (a2) and S. B. Qadri (a3)...

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