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Pressure transmitting medium Daphne 7474 solidifying at 3.7 GPa at room temperature
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A pressure transmitting medium named Daphne 7474, which solidifies at at room temperature, is presented. The value of increases almost linearly with temperature up to 6.7 GPa at . The high pressure realized by a medium at the liquid state allows a higher limit of pressurization, which assures an ideal hydrostaticpressure. We show a volume change against pressure,pressure reduction from room to liquid helium temperature in a clamped piston cylinder cell,pressure distribution and its standard deviation in a diamond anvil cell, and infrared properties, which might be useful for experimental applications.
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