(a) Drawing of the cell with the distance between the pistons shown for the top applied pressure and (b) photograph of the high-pressure cell at ambient pressure (left) and at top pressure (right).
Squares indicate the temperature of the superconductive transition in lead (right axis) and the corresponding pressure at (left axis) as a function of the change in diameter of the pressure cell measured at room temperature. Circles show the corresponding pressure at (left axis) as a function of the change in diameter of the pressure cell measured at room temperature vs . The solid line is the linear fit to the data.
Compressibility of Daphne 7373 oil. The solid line is a linear fit above .
Magnetic susceptibility of as a function of pressure. The inset is the zoom into the low-temperature region with the solid line showing the data collected on the sample in a standard MPMS gelatine capsule and the straw.
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