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High-pressure x-ray diffraction study of the giant dielectric constant material : Evidence of stiff grain surface
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10.1063/1.2202392
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Volume reduction under hydrostatic and uniaxial compressions. Open circle: uniaxial compression; solid line: fitted results; and solid square: hydrostatic compression. The error bar indicates the uncertainties in volume reduction. Inset (a), difference of volume reduction at pressures of hydrostatic and uniaxial compressions; inset (b), difference of hydrostatic and uniaxial pressures needed to induce same volume reduction. In the insets, the horizontal dot-dash lines are reference line showing no change. The vertical dot-dash line marks the midpoint of the volume change from maximum to 0. The solid curves and the dot lines are merely guides to the eye.

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Difference in work done on compressing CCTO under the same pressure with hydrostatic and uniaxial conditions.

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Scitation: High-pressure x-ray diffraction study of the giant dielectric constant material CaCu3Ti4O12: Evidence of stiff grain surface
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/88/19/10.1063/1.2202392
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