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Title: Diamond anvil cell for spectroscopic investigation of materials at high temperature, high pressure and shear

Abstract

Diamond anvil cell is described for spectroscopic investigation of materials at high temperature, high pressure and shear. A cell is described which, in combination with Fourier transform IR spectroscopy, permits the spectroscopic investigation of boundary layers under conditions of high temperature, high pressure and shear. 4 figs.

Inventors:
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Issue Date:
Research Org.:
University of California
OSTI Identifier:
426626
Patent Number(s):
5,594,546
Application Number:
PAN: 8-412,383
Assignee:
Univ. of California, Los Alamos, NM (United States)
DOE Contract Number:  
W-7405-ENG-36
Resource Type:
Patent
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 14 Jan 1997
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
40 CHEMISTRY; SAMPLE HOLDERS; FOURIER TRANSFORM SPECTROMETERS; DESIGN; ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY; INFRARED RADIATION; PRESSURIZATION; SHEAR; TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE

Citation Formats

Westerfield, C L, Morris, J S, and Agnew, S F. Diamond anvil cell for spectroscopic investigation of materials at high temperature, high pressure and shear. United States: N. p., 1997. Web.
Westerfield, C L, Morris, J S, & Agnew, S F. Diamond anvil cell for spectroscopic investigation of materials at high temperature, high pressure and shear. United States.
Westerfield, C L, Morris, J S, and Agnew, S F. Tue . "Diamond anvil cell for spectroscopic investigation of materials at high temperature, high pressure and shear". United States.
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abstractNote = {Diamond anvil cell is described for spectroscopic investigation of materials at high temperature, high pressure and shear. A cell is described which, in combination with Fourier transform IR spectroscopy, permits the spectroscopic investigation of boundary layers under conditions of high temperature, high pressure and shear. 4 figs.},
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