A tungsten external heater for BX90 diamond anvil cells with a range up to 1700 K.

@article{Yan2021ATE,
  title={A tungsten external heater for BX90 diamond anvil cells with a range up to 1700 K.},
  author={J Yan and Andrew Doran and Alastair A. MacDowell and Bora Kalkan},
  journal={The Review of scientific instruments},
  year={2021},
  volume={92 1},
  pages={
          013903
        }
}
Resistive heating of a sample in a diamond anvil cell (DAC) can generate a homogeneous temperature field across the sample chamber with reliable temperatures measured by a thermocouple. It is of importance in experiments aiming at exploring phase diagrams and quantifying thermoelastic properties of materials. Here, we present a ring-heater design developed for BX90 diamond anvil cells (DACs). It is made of a ring-shaped aluminum oxide holder hosting a tungsten wire coil inside and coupled with… 

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