Frank Lamelas (Earth, Environment, and Physics) has just published the paper “Compressed-tube pressure cell for optical studies at ocean pressures: Application to glucose mutarotation kinetics” in the Review of Scientific Instruments, vol. 87, p. 124101 (2016).
This paper describes the development of a new type of high pressure fluid cell in the WSU physics research lab.
The cell is useful for scientists using optical probes to study high-pressure environments.
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