High pressure research using muons at the Paul Scherrer Institute

@article{Khasanov2016HighPR,
  title={High pressure research using muons at the Paul Scherrer Institute},
  author={Rustem Khasanov and Zurab Guguchia and Alexander Maisuradze and Daniel Andreica and Matthias Elender and Andrea Raselli and Zurab Shermadini and Tatsuo Goko and F. Knecht and Elvezio Morenzoni and A. Amato},
  journal={High Pressure Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={36},
  pages={140 - 166}
}
ABSTRACT Pressure, together with temperature and magnetic field, is an important thermodynamical parameter in physics. Investigating the response of a compound or of a material to pressure allows to elucidate ground states, investigate their interplay and interactions and determine microscopic parameters. Pressure tuning is used to establish phase diagrams, study phase transitions and identify critical points. Muon spin rotation/relaxation (μSR) is now a standard technique making increasing… Expand
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