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The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is high-pressure physics.


Six Superlative Sources

· Block, S., and G.J. Piermarnni, The diamond cell stimulates high pressure research. Physics Today, 29: 44-52 (1979).

· Bridgman, P.W., The Physics of High Pressure (G. Bell and Sons, 1949).

· Hemley, R.J., and N.W. Ashcroft, The revealing role of pressure in the condensed-matter sciences. Physics Today, 51: 26-32 (1998).

· Jayaraman, A., Diamond anvil cell and high-pressure physical investigations. Rev. Modern Physics, 55: 65-107 (1983).

· Jayaraman, A., The diamond-anvil high-pressure cell. Sci. Am., 250(4): 54-62 (1984).

· Loubeyre, P., et al., X-ray diffraction and equation of state of hydrogen at megabar pressures. Nature, 383: 702-704. (1996).

Other Excellent Sources

· Eremets, M.I., High Pressure Experimental Methods (Oxford University Press, 1996).

· Hemley, R.J., et al., X-ray imaging of stress and strain of diamond, iron, and tungsten at megabar pressures. Science 276: 1242-1245 (1997).

· Hemley, R.J., Effects of high pressure on molecules. Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem., 51: 763-800 (2000).

· Mao, H.K., and R.J. Hemley, Energy dispersive x-ray diffraction of micro-crystals at ultrahigh pressures. High Press. Res., 14: 257-267 (1996).

· Mao, H.K., and R.J. Hemley, New windows on the Earth's deep interior, in Ultrahigh-Pressure Mineralogy: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth's Deep Interior, Edited by R.J. Hemley (Mineralogical Society of America, 1998), Rev. Mineral., 37: 1-32.

· Mao, H.K., and R.J. Hemley, Ultrahigh-pressure transitions in solid hydrogen. Rev. Mod. Phys., 66(2): 671-692 (1994).

· Mao, H.K., and P.M. Bell, High-pressure physics: sustained static generation of 1.36 to 1.72 Megabars. Science, 200: 1145-1147 (1978).

· McMillan, R.F., Disciplines bound by pressure. Nature, 391(6667): 539-540 (1998).

· Sherman, W.F., and A.A. Stadtmuller, Experimental Techniques in High-Pressure Research (John Wiley, 1987).

· Spain, I.L., and D.J. Dunstan, The technology of diamond anvil high pressure cells: II. Operation and use. J. Physics. E: Sci. Instrum., 22: 923-33 (1989).

· Tolbert, S.H., and A.P. Alivisatos, High-pressure structural transformations in semiconductor nanocrystals. Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem., 46: 595-625 (1995).

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