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An Installation for Compressing Gases

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An installation for compressing inert gases to pressures of tens of kilobars is described. The installation differs from its analogs described in the literature in the method for supplying compressed gas into the chamber and in the use of O-rings as a basis for movable and fixed seals.

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Stishov, S.M. An Installation for Compressing Gases. Instrum Exp Tech 62, 710–711 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1134/S0020441219040225

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