Polymer Chemistry and Spectroscopy at High Pressures
High pressure has been valued for many years in the study of fundamental properties of matter. Until recently, however, chemists were reluctant to use high pressure because of the costly equipment, the relatively few materials applications involving high pressure, and the lack of a technology that would permit commercial utilization of pressure.
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