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By International School of Physics Enrico Fermi, Russell J. Hemley, Societa Italiana Di Fisica

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41). With the "continuous" ruby fluorescence scale, ruby grains are added to the sample chamber with minimum disturbance of the sample [38], and the pressure shift of the ruby fluorescence wavelength shift is probed with a laser beam through the diamond window [39]. The ruby scale has been calibrated up to 180 GPa against primary shock-wave standards [40]. 5% in pressure under hydrostatic conditions above 20 GPa) but uncertain accuracy (±5%) because it is a secondary scale calibrated by less precise (±5%) primary standards deduced from high-temperature shock-wave data on metals [39,41].

Uniform temperatures of (3000 ± 20) K have been achieved in a high pressure sample of 15 ^m diameter x10 /mi thickness. With this technique, laser heating is approaching the accuracy of other high P-T techniques using internal heaters. , vibrational spectroscopy). 3. — In situ high pressure probes A great many recent advances in high pressure science have come about because of developments in analytical probes. To accurately measure physical and chemical properties in situ at ultrahigh pressures, powerful micro-sampling probes must be developed to reach minute samples through the strong anvils and gasket of the pressure vessel and to separate the weak sample signal from that of massive surrounding vessel materials.

Ref. [87]; see lectures by Loveday, this volume, p. 73). Magnetic diffraction to pressures in the 50 GPa range has been carried out [88]. Finally, inelastic scattering studies (also with the Paris-Edinburgh cells) have been performed to above 10 GPa [89, 90]. Because of the sensitivity to the hydrogen (or deuterium) sublattice and the ability to determine internuclear distances directly, the measurements provide complementary information to X-ray techniques (which are sensitive to heavy atoms and probe electron distributions).

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