EHPRG: The European High Pressure Research Group

Welcome

 

Welcome to the official website of the European High Pressure Research Group (EHPRG).

EHPRG is non-profitable academic association established in 1963 which is devoted to science and technology of matter under high pressure. It organizes an annual meeting which brings together hundreds of scientists of various fields, mainly physics, chemistry, Earth and planetary sciences, bio- and food science and technology.

The reasonable size of the group, low conference fees, and a friendly relationship between the attendants have made EHPRG meetings a major event in the European high-pressure community for more than half a century.

Upcoming EHPRG Meeting

 

The 58th European High Pressure Research Group Meeting on High Pressure Science and Technology (EHPRG-2020) will be held in Tenerife, Spain, from 6th to 11th September 2020. The 58th EHPRG Meeting will be chaired by Alfonso Muñoz Gonzalez (Universidad de La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain).
For more information, please visit the official webpage of the 58th EHPRG Meeting.

High-pressure in the headlines

 

Selection of high-pressure related titles from top scientific journals.

    Studies in humanized mice and convalescent humans yield a SARS-CoV-2 antibody cocktail
    by Hansen, J., Baum, A., Pascal, K. E., Russo, V., Giordano, S., Wloga, E., Fulton, B. O., Yan, Y., Koon, K., Patel, K., Chung, K. M., Hermann, A., Ullman, E., Cruz, J., Rafique, A., Huang, T., Fairhurst, J., Libertiny, C., Malbec, M., Lee, W.-y., Welsh, R., Farr, G., Pennington, S., Deshpande, D., Cheng, J., Watty, A., Bouffard, P., Babb, R., Levenkova, N., Chen, C., Zhang, B., Romero Hernandez, A., Saotome, K., Zhou, Y., Franklin, M., Sivapalasingam, S., Lye, D. C., Weston, S., Logue, J., Haupt, R., Frieman, M., Chen, G., Olson, W., Murphy, A. J., Stahl, N., Yancopoulos, G. D., Kyratsous, C. A.

    Neutralizing antibodies have become an important tool in treating infectious diseases. Recently, two separate approaches yielded successful antibody treatments for Ebola – one from genetically-humanized mice, and the other from a human survivor. Here, we describe parallel efforts using both humanized mice and convalescent patients to generate antibodies against the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, yielding a large collection of fully-human antibodies that were characterized for binding, neutralization and three dimensional structure. Based on these criteria, we selected pairs of highly-potent individual antibodies that simultaneously bind the receptor-binding domain of the spike protein, providing ideal partners for a therapeutic antibody cocktail that aims to decrease the potential for virus escape mutants that might arise in response to selective pressure from a single antibody treatment.


    15 Jun 2020 at 7:51pm
    High-pressure elastic properties of dolomite melt supporting carbonate-induced melting in deep upper mantle [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences]
    by Man Xu, Zhicheng Jing, Suraj K. Bajgain, Mainak Mookherjee, James A. Van Orman, Tony Yu, Yanbin Wang
    Deeply subducted carbonates likely cause low-degree melting of the upper mantle and thus play an important role in the deep carbon cycle. However, direct seismic detection of carbonate-induced partial melts in the Earth’s interior is hindered by our poor knowledge on the elastic properties of carbonate melts. Here we report...
    4 Aug 2020 at 6:02pm
    Sampling mobility profiles of confined fluids with equilibrium molecular dynamics simulations
    by Etienne Mangaud
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, Volume 153, Issue 4, July 2020.
    We show how to evaluate mobility profiles, characterizing the transport of confined fluids under a perturbation, from equilibrium molecular dynamics simulations. The correlation functions derived with the Green–Kubo formalism are difficult to sample accurately, and we consider two complementary strategies: improving the spatial sampling, thanks to a new estimator of the local fluxes involving the forces acting on the particles in addition to their positions and velocities, and improving the temporal sampling, thanks to the Einstein–Helfand approach instead of the Green–Kubo one. We illustrate this method in the case of a binary mixture confined between parallel walls, under a pressure or chemical potential gradient. All equilibrium methods are compared to standard non-equilibrium molecular dynamics (NEMD) and provide the correct mobility profiles. We recover quantitatively fluid viscosity and diffusio-osmotic mobility in the bulk part of the pore. Interestingly, the matrix of mobility profiles for local fluxes is not symmetric, unlike the Onsager matrix for the total fluxes. Even the most computationally efficient equilibrium method (the Einstein–Helfand approach combined with the force-based estimator) remains less efficient than NEMD to determine a specific mobility profile. However, the equilibrium approach provides all responses to all perturbations simultaneously, whereas NEMD requires the simulation of several types of perturbations to determine the various responses, each with different magnitudes to check the validity of the linear regime. While NEMD seems more competitive for the present example, the balance should be different for more complex systems, in particular for electrolyte solutions for the responses to pressure, salt concentration, and electric potential gradients.
    29 Jul 2020 at 1:26pm
    Scalable molecular dynamics on CPU and GPU architectures with NAMD
    by James C. Phillips
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, Volume 153, Issue 4, July 2020.
    NAMDis a molecular dynamics program designed for high-performance simulations of very large biological objects on CPU- and GPU-based architectures. NAMD offers scalable performance on petascale parallel supercomputers consisting of hundreds of thousands of cores, as well as on inexpensive commodity clusters commonly found in academic environments. It is written in C++ and leans on Charm++ parallel objects for optimal performance on low-latency architectures. NAMD is a versatile, multipurpose code that gathers state-of-the-art algorithms to carry out simulations in apt thermodynamic ensembles, using the widely popular CHARMM, AMBER, OPLS, and GROMOS biomolecular force fields. Here, we review the main features of NAMD that allow both equilibrium and enhanced-sampling molecular dynamics simulations with numerical efficiency. We describe the underlying concepts utilized by NAMD and their implementation, most notably for handling long-range electrostatics; controlling the temperature, pressure, and pH; applying external potentials on tailored grids; leveraging massively parallel resources in multiple-copy simulations; and hybrid quantum-mechanical/molecular-mechanical descriptions. We detail the variety of options offered by NAMD for enhanced-sampling simulations aimed at determining free-energy differences of either alchemical or geometrical transformations and outline their applicability to specific problems. Last, we discuss the roadmap for the development of NAMD and our current efforts toward achieving optimal performance on GPU-based architectures, for pushing back the limitations that have prevented biologically realistic billion-atom objects to be fruitfully simulated, and for making large-scale simulations less expensive and easier to set up, run, and analyze. NAMD is distributed free of charge with its source code at www.ks.uiuc.edu.
    30 Jul 2020 at 3:51am
    Molecular dynamics simulations of interfacial properties of the CO2–water and CO2–CH4–water systems
    by Parisa Naeiji
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, Volume 153, Issue 4, July 2020.
    Molecular dynamics simulations were performed to study the interfacial behavior of the pure carbon dioxide–water system and a binary 40:60 mol. % gas mixture of (carbon dioxide + methane)–water at the temperatures of 275.15 K and 298.15 K and pressures near 4 MPa for CO2 and up to 10 MPa for methane. The simulations are used to study the dynamic equilibrium of the gases at the water–gas interface, to determine the z-density profiles for the gases and water, and calculate the interfacial tension γ under the different temperature/pressure conditions close to those of the formation of clathrate hydrates of these gases. At the same hydrostatic gas phase pressure, the CO2–water interface has a lower interfacial tension than the CH4–water interface. A greater number of CO2 molecules, as much as three times more than methane at the same pressure, were adsorbed at the interfacial layer, which reflects the stronger electrostatic quadrupolar and van der Waals interactions between CO2 and water molecules at the interface. The water surfaces are covered by less than a monolayer of gas even when the pressure of the system goes near the saturation pressure of CO2. The surface adsorbed molecules are in dynamic equilibrium with the bulk gas and with exchange between the gas and interface regions occurring repeatedly within the timescale of the simulations. The effects of the changes in the CO2–water interfacial tension with external temperature and pressure conditions on the formation of the clathrate hydrates and other CO2 capture and sequestration processes are discussed.
    22 Jul 2020 at 3:01am
    Addressing the sensitivity of signals from solid/liquid ambient pressure XPS (APXPS) measurement
    by Jin Qian
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, Volume 153, Issue 4, July 2020.
    Ambient pressure XPS has demonstrated its great potential in probing the solid/liquid interface, which is a central piece in electrocatalytic, corrosion, and energy storage systems. Despite the advantage of ambient pressure XPS being a surface sensitive characterization technique, the ability of differentiating the surface adsorbed species (∼Å scale) and bulk electrolyte (∼10 nm scale) in the spectrum depends on the delicate balance between bulk solution concentration (C), surface coverage (θ), bulk liquid layer thickness (L), and inelastic mean free path (λ) as a function of photon energy. By investigating a model system of gold dissolving in a bromide solution, the connection between theoretical prediction at the atomic resolution and macroscopic observable spectrum is established.
    28 Jul 2020 at 11:43am
    Inertial effects on trapped active matter
    by Luis L. Gutierrez-Martinez
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, Volume 153, Issue 4, July 2020.
    In this work, the dynamics of inertial (mass and moment of inertia) active Brownian particles trapped in a harmonic well is studied. This scenario has seen success when characterizing soft passive and active overdamped matter. Motivated by the variety of applications of this system, we analytically find the effect of translational and rotational inertia on the mean-square displacement (MSD), mean-square speed (MSS), swim, Reynolds, and total pressures of a system of inertial active Brownian particles subject to a weak and a strong harmonic trap. Following a Langevin formalism, we explicitly find that as inertia grows, the systems’ MSD and total pressure are enhanced, but its MSS and swim pressure decrease. The use of Langevin dynamics simulations enables us to observe that as inertia grows, inertial active matter under a strong trap no longer “condensates” at the “border” of the trap, but it rather tends to uniformly spread in space. Our analytical results are also numerically validated.
    28 Jul 2020 at 11:51am
    Suppression of Orientational Correlations in the Viscous-Liquid State of Hyperquenched Pressure-Densified Glycerol
    by Catalin Gainaru, Helge Nelson, Jan Huebinger, Markus Grabenbauer, and Roland Böhmer
    Author(s): Catalin Gainaru, Helge Nelson, Jan Huebinger, Markus Grabenbauer, and Roland Böhmer

    Glycerol pressurized to 2 kbar and hyperquenched from the bulk liquid at rates of about $−10\text{ }000\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{K}/\mathrm{s}$, has been frozen to an extreme out-of-equilibrium state. As compared to conventionally cooled melts, the resulting material exhibits lower orientational corre...


    [Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 065503] Published Thu Aug 06, 2020
    6 Aug 2020 at 12:00pm
    To Understand Film Dynamics Look to the Bulk
    by Ronald P. White and Jane E. G. Lipson
    Author(s): Ronald P. White and Jane E. G. Lipson

    We show that shifts in dynamics of confined systems relative to that of the bulk material originate in the properties of bulk alone, and exhibit the same form of behavior as when different bulk isobars are compared. For bulk material, pressure-dependent structural relaxation times follow $τ(T,V)∝\ma...


    [Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 058002] Published Thu Jul 30, 2020
    30 Jul 2020 at 12:00pm
    Plastic and Superionic Helium Ammonia Compounds under High Pressure and High Temperature
    by Cong Liu, Hao Gao, Andreas Hermann, Yong Wang, Maosheng Miao, Chris J. Pickard, Richard J. Needs, Hui-Tian Wang, Dingyu Xing, and Jian Sun
    Author(s): Cong Liu, Hao Gao, Andreas Hermann, Yong Wang, Maosheng Miao, Chris J. Pickard, Richard J. Needs, Hui-Tian Wang, Dingyu Xing, and Jian Sun

    Stable compounds made from helium and ammonia are predicted to form at the extreme pressures found inside Neptune and Uranus.


    [Phys. Rev. X 10, 021007] Published Thu Apr 09, 2020
    9 Apr 2020 at 12:00pm
    Solids, liquids, and gases under high pressure
    by Ho-Kwang Mao, Xiao-Jia Chen, Yang Ding, Bing Li, and Lin Wang
    Author(s): Ho-Kwang Mao, Xiao-Jia Chen, Yang Ding, Bing Li, and Lin Wang

    The effect of adding high pressure as a control parameter in solids, liquids, and gases expands opportunities to observe unexpected novel phenomena and understand matter in extreme environments. This review on high pressure science highlights subjects ranging from quantum criticality to Earth science. State-of-the-art experimental methods at megabar pressures are also discussed. The proliferation of pressure-induced phases illustrate promising new directions for this field of research.


    [Rev. Mod. Phys. 90, 015007] Published Tue Mar 20, 2018
    20 Mar 2018 at 11:00am
    Colloquium: High pressure and road to room temperature superconductivity
    by Lev P. Gor’kov and Vladimir Z. Kresin
    Author(s): Lev P. Gor’kov and Vladimir Z. Kresin

    Even after three decades of development, high-temperature superconductivity remains one of the most challenging theoretical and experimental areas in condensed matter physics. In this Colloquium some new discoveries in this area are reviewed and possible routes toward much higher transition temperatures are analyzed.


    [Rev. Mod. Phys. 90, 011001] Published Tue Jan 09, 2018
    9 Jan 2018 at 11:00am
    Tuning the structural and antiferromagnetic phase transitions in ${\mathrm{UCr}}_{2}{\mathrm{Si}}_{2}$: Hydrostatic pressure and chemical substitution
    by Y. Lai, K. Wei, G. Chappell, J. Diaz, T. Siegrist, P. J. W. Moll, D. Graf, and R. E. Baumbach
    Author(s): Y. Lai, K. Wei, G. Chappell, J. Diaz, T. Siegrist, P. J. W. Moll, D. Graf, and R. E. Baumbach

    Structural phase transitions in $f$-electron materials have attracted sustained attention both for practical and basic science reasons, including the fact that they offer an environment to directly investigate relationships between structure and the $f$-state. Here we present results for ${\mathrm{U...


    [Phys. Rev. Materials 4, 075003] Published Fri Jul 24, 2020
    24 Jul 2020 at 12:00pm
    First-principles prediction of two-dimensional copper borides
    by Xiao-Ji Weng, Xin-Ling He, Jing-Yu Hou, Chun-Mei Hao, Xiao Dong, Guoying Gao, Yongjun Tian, Bo Xu, and Xiang-Feng Zhou
    Author(s): Xiao-Ji Weng, Xin-Ling He, Jing-Yu Hou, Chun-Mei Hao, Xiao Dong, Guoying Gao, Yongjun Tian, Bo Xu, and Xiang-Feng Zhou

    Ordered borides of group IB and IIB metals (Cu, Ag, Au, Zn, Cd, Hg), as the well-known immiscible materials, are practically unknown due to the small electronegativity difference and large mismatch in their atomic sizes. Nevertheless, such rule may be broken under extreme conditions, i.e., high pressure or low dimensionality. Here two-dimensional (2D) copper borides were predicted from ab initio evolutionary searches, identifying that two structures are metallic whereas another one is strikingly a nodal line semimetal. These results challenge the long lasting puzzle in the immiscible systems and add new members to the 2D materials.


    [Phys. Rev. Materials 4, 074010] Published Thu Jul 23, 2020
    23 Jul 2020 at 12:00pm
    RSAVS superconductors: Materials with a superconducting state that is robust against large volume shrinkage
    by Cheng Huang, Jing Guo, Jianfeng Zhang, Karoline Stolze, Shu Cai, Kai Liu, Hongming Weng, Zhongyi Lu, Qi Wu, Tao Xiang, Robert J. Cava, and Liling Sun
    Author(s): Cheng Huang, Jing Guo, Jianfeng Zhang, Karoline Stolze, Shu Cai, Kai Liu, Hongming Weng, Zhongyi Lu, Qi Wu, Tao Xiang, Robert J. Cava, and Liling Sun

    The transition temperature (${T}_{\mathrm{C}}$) between normal and superconducting states usually exhibits a dramatic increase or decrease with increasing applied pressure. Here we present, in contrast, a type of superconductor that exhibits the exotic feature that ${T}_{\mathrm{C}}$ is robust again...


    [Phys. Rev. Materials 4, 071801(R)] Published Mon Jul 20, 2020
    20 Jul 2020 at 12:00pm
    Hybrid improper ferroelectricity and pressure-induced enhancement of polarization in $\mathrm{B}{\mathrm{a}}_{3}\mathrm{C}{\mathrm{e}}_{2}{\mathrm{O}}_{7}$ predicted by a first-principles calculation
    by Bu Hang Chen, Xiao Qiang Liu, and Xiang Ming Chen
    Author(s): Bu Hang Chen, Xiao Qiang Liu, and Xiang Ming Chen

    Hybrid improper ferroelectricity (HIF) is recognized as a promising way to design room-temperature multiferroic materials with strong magnetoelectric coupling. However, predicting new HIF materials with high ferroelectric polarization remains to be a great challenge. Here, the new compound $\mathrm{...


    [Phys. Rev. Materials 4, 074407] Published Tue Jul 14, 2020
    14 Jul 2020 at 12:00pm
    Role of dislocations in the bcc-hcp transition under high pressure: A first-principles approach in beryllium
    by Vanessa Riffet, Bernard Amadon, Nicolas Bruzy, and Christophe Denoual
    Author(s): Vanessa Riffet, Bernard Amadon, Nicolas Bruzy, and Christophe Denoual

    We study the impact of dislocations on the bcc-to-hcp-to-bcc phase transition cycle using density-functional theory. The transformation is studied under two external constraints: first under pressure, and second under uniaxial shear. In both cases, we find that the elastic strain created by $±\frac{...


    [Phys. Rev. Materials 4, 063609] Published Tue Jun 30, 2020
    30 Jun 2020 at 12:00pm
    From antiferromagnetism to high-${T}_{c}$ weak ferromagnetism manipulated by atomic rearrangement in ${\mathrm{Ba}}_{3}{\mathrm{NiOs}}_{2}{\mathrm{O}}_{9}$
    by Hai L. Feng (冯海), Jie Chen (陈洁), Zhiwei Hu, Xiao Wang, Manfred Reehuis, Peter Adler, Andreas Hoser, Mei-Xia Wu, Stefano Agrestini, Hari Babu Vasili, J. Herrero-Martin, Lucie Nataf, Francois Baudelet, Kai Chen, Yoshitaka Matsushita, Man-Rong Li, Liu Hao Tjeng, Claudia Felser, Martin Jansen, and Kazunari Yamaura
    Author(s): Hai L. Feng (冯海), Jie Chen (陈洁), Zhiwei Hu, Xiao Wang, Manfred Reehuis, Peter Adler, Andreas Hoser, Mei-Xia Wu, Stefano Agrestini, Hari Babu Vasili, J. Herrero-Martin, Lucie Nataf, Francois Baudelet, Kai Chen, Yoshitaka Matsushita, Man-Rong Li, Liu Hao Tjeng, Claudia Felser, Martin Jansen, and Kazunari Yamaura

    Polycrystalline samples of $\mathrm{B}{\mathrm{a}}_{3}\mathrm{NiO}{\mathrm{s}}_{2}{\mathrm{O}}_{9}$ were synthesized at ambient pressure (AP) and high pressure (HP) conditions, respectively. Both samples are electrically semiconducting. The AP $\mathrm{B}{\mathrm{a}}_{3}\mathrm{NiO}{\mathrm{s}}_{2}{...


    [Phys. Rev. Materials 4, 064420] Published Tue Jun 30, 2020
    30 Jun 2020 at 12:00pm
    Domes of ${T}_{c}$ in single-band and multiband superconductors with finite-range attractive interactions
    by Nazim Boudjada, Finn Lasse Buessen, and Arun Paramekanti
    Author(s): Nazim Boudjada, Finn Lasse Buessen, and Arun Paramekanti

    The rise and fall of the superconducting transition temperature ${T}_{c}$ upon tuning carrier density or external parameters, such as pressure or magnetic field, is ubiquitously observed in a wide range of quantum materials. In order to investigate such domes of ${T}_{c}$, we go beyond the prototypi...


    [Phys. Rev. B 102, 054504] Published Thu Aug 06, 2020
    6 Aug 2020 at 12:00pm
    Defect formation in a graphene overlayer on ruthenium under high pressure
    by Michele Pisarra, Cristina Díaz, and Fernando Martín
    Author(s): Michele Pisarra, Cristina Díaz, and Fernando Martín

    Due to its highly corrugated moiré structure and the nanometer modulation of its electronic properties, graphene deposited on ruthenium substrates (G-Ru for short) is a versatile playground for molecular deposition and chemical reactivity. Under local ultrahigh pressure conditions, one can expect an...


    [Phys. Rev. B 102, 075406] Published Tue Aug 04, 2020
    4 Aug 2020 at 12:00pm
    Charge disproportionation and interchange transitions in twelve-layer $\mathrm{BaFe}{\mathrm{O}}_{3}$
    by Zhenhong Tan, Fabio Denis Romero, Takashi Saito, Masato Goto, Midori Amano Patino, Anucha Koedtruad, Yoshihisa Kosugi, Wei-Tin Chen, Yu-Chun Chuang, Hwo-Shuenn Sheu, J. Paul Attfield, and Yuichi Shimakawa
    Author(s): Zhenhong Tan, Fabio Denis Romero, Takashi Saito, Masato Goto, Midori Amano Patino, Anucha Koedtruad, Yoshihisa Kosugi, Wei-Tin Chen, Yu-Chun Chuang, Hwo-Shuenn Sheu, J. Paul Attfield, and Yuichi Shimakawa

    A fully oxygenated hexagonal 12-layer perovskite $\mathrm{BaFe}{\mathrm{O}}_{3}$ with nominal $\mathrm{F}{\mathrm{e}}^{4+}$ was obtained by high-pressure synthesis. The structure consists of face-sharing $\mathrm{F}{\mathrm{e}}_{3}{\mathrm{O}}_{9}$ octahedral trimers and corner-sharing octahedra. A ...


    [Phys. Rev. B 102, 054404] Published Mon Aug 03, 2020
    3 Aug 2020 at 12:00pm
    Suppression of magnetic ordering in Fe-deficient ${\mathrm{Fe}}_{3−x}\mathrm{Ge}{\mathrm{Te}}_{2}$ from application of pressure
    by Dante J. O’Hara, Zachary E. Brubaker, Ryan L. Stillwell, Earl F. O’Bannon, Alexander A. Baker, Daniel Weber, Leonardus Bimo Bayu Aji, Joshua E. Goldberger, Roland K. Kawakami, Rena J. Zieve, Jason R. Jeffries, and Scott K. McCall
    Author(s): Dante J. O’Hara, Zachary E. Brubaker, Ryan L. Stillwell, Earl F. O’Bannon, Alexander A. Baker, Daniel Weber, Leonardus Bimo Bayu Aji, Joshua E. Goldberger, Roland K. Kawakami, Rena J. Zieve, Jason R. Jeffries, and Scott K. McCall

    Two-dimensional van der Waals magnets with multiple functionalities are becoming increasingly important for emerging technologies in spintronics and valleytronics. Application of external pressure is one method to cleanly explore the underlying physical mechanisms of the intrinsic magnetism. In this...


    [Phys. Rev. B 102, 054405] Published Mon Aug 03, 2020
    3 Aug 2020 at 12:00pm
    Dynamic x-ray diffraction and nanosecond quantification of kinetics of formation of $β$-zirconium under shock compression
    by Patricia Kalita, Justin Brown, Paul Specht, Seth Root, Melanie White, and Jesse S. Smith
    Author(s): Patricia Kalita, Justin Brown, Paul Specht, Seth Root, Melanie White, and Jesse S. Smith

    We report the atomic- and nanosecond-scale quantification of kinetics of a shock-driven phase transition in Zr metal. We uniquely make use of a multiple shock-and-release loading pathway to shock Zr into the $β$ phase and to create a quasisteady pressure and temperature state shortly after. Coupling...


    [Phys. Rev. B 102, 060101(R)] Published Mon Aug 03, 2020
    3 Aug 2020 at 12:00pm
    Pressure effect on the electromotive force of the type R thermocouple
    by Yu Nishihara
    Volume 40, Issue 2, June 2020, Page 205-218
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    23 Dec 2019 at 12:29pm
    Phase relations in the Fe-P system at high pressures and temperatures from ab initio computations
    by Nursultan E. Sagatov
    Volume 40, Issue 2, June 2020, Page 235-244
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    17 Mar 2020 at 5:28am
    TiB2-reinforced B4C composites produced by reaction sintering at high-pressure and high temperature
    by Xiaonan Wang
    Volume 40, Issue 2, June 2020, Page 245-256
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    9 Apr 2020 at 8:54am
    TiC-MgO composite: an X-ray transparent and machinable heating element in a multi-anvil high pressure apparatus
    by Fang Xu
    Volume 40, Issue 2, June 2020, Page 257-266
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    6 Apr 2020 at 10:44am
    Ab initio investigation of pressure-induced structural transitions and electronic evolution of Th3N4
    by Yue Zhang
    Volume 40, Issue 2, June 2020, Page 267-282
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    13 May 2020 at 11:43am
    Changes of microflora in high pressure treated Indian white prawn (Fenneropenaeus indicus)
    by J. Ginson
    Volume 40, Issue 2, June 2020, Page 283-297
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    7 Jan 2020 at 7:50am
    X-ray diffraction and Raman spectra of merrillite at high pressures
    by Muhua Jia
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    29 Jul 2020 at 10:21am
    Toward an international practical pressure scale: A proposal for an IPPS ruby gauge (IPPS-Ruby2020)
    by Guoyin Shen
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    23 Jul 2020 at 3:58am
    Resistively heated, high pressure, membrane and screw driven diamond anvil cell
    by Mario Santoro
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    7 Jul 2020 at 1:46pm
    Practical effects of pressure-transmitting media on neutron diffraction experiments using Paris–Edinburgh presses
    by T. Hattori
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    25 Jun 2020 at 1:13pm
    Refrigerated shelf-life evaluation of high pressure processed, raw and sous vide cooked lobster
    by Sami Humaid
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    16 Jun 2020 at 5:38am
    Development of a high pressure stirring cell up to 2 GPa: a new window for chemical reactions and material synthesis
    by Ying-Jui Hsu
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    5 Jun 2020 at 11:40am
    Tantalum doping in HfO2: orthorhombic phase formation at ambient conditions and change in path of pressure-induced structural evolution
    by S. Pathak
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    20 May 2020 at 2:29pm