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Title High pressure gas vessels for neutron scattering experiments
Abstract The combination of high pressure techniques with neutron scattering proves to be a powerful tool for studying the phase transitions and physical properties of solids in terms of inter-atomic distances. In our report we are going to review a high pressure technique based on a gas medium compression. This technique covers the pressure range up to ~0.7GPa (in special cases 1.4GPa) and typically uses compressed helium gas as the pressure medium. We are going to look briefly at scientific areas where high pressure gas vessels are intensively used in neutron scattering experiments. After that we are going to describe the current situation in high pressure gas technology; specifically looking at materials of construction, designs of seals and pressure vessels and the equipment used for generating high pressure gas.
Keywords Physics , high pressure , gas cell , ISIS 2010
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Report NMI3, FP7, JRA, Sample Environment D20.2.1.1. 2010. arXiv:1007.3135v1 JRA Report 19_07_10.pdf 2010