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Keeping up the pressure

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An overview of the high-pressure techniques in Moissanite and diamond anvil cells used to study transport and magnetic phase transitions in strongly correlated systems. These cells are used for ac-susceptibility, DC-magnetisation, TDO , and resistivity measurements, including pressure induced superconductivity and metal-insulator transitions.

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