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This certain e-book is dedicated to the subject matter of crystallographic stories at excessive strain. It locations emphasis at the phenomena attribute to the compressed nation of subject, in addition to experimental and theoretical suggestions, used to check those phenomena.
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2004). 1. , 2002) to eliminate most of the background signal coming from the sample environment, a large area detector (MAR345) and a fast imaging system to in situ visualize the sample. A photograph of the large volume cell setup is shown in Figure 6. Figure 6. Paris–Edinburgh XRD setup at ID27- a: VX5 Paris-Edinburgh press, b: Soller slits system, c: Fast imaging camera, d: MAR Image Plate. 2. THE DOUBLE-SIDED LASER HEATING SYSTEM The second experimental hutch is dedicated to experiments at very high P and T in the double-sided laser heating DACs.
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8 mm2. In this case, the exposure time was reduced to less than a second because of the large angular acceptance of the mirrors. 10–4 when the mirrors were employed. This degradation of the spatial resolution is an acceptable compromise for high-pressure diffraction experiments where focusing optics are mandatory. Figure 5. Two-dimensional x-ray diffraction pattern of LaB6 and the corresponding one dimensional spectrum collected at ID27. 5. Diffractometer and Sample Environment High-pressure cells of two types are available at beamline ID27, the diamond and Paris–Edinburgh cell.