Modification of Belt-Like High-Pressure Apparatus
A belt apparatus  is a useful and convenient high-pressure generator in the pressure range of 1 to 6 GPa. Essential features of a belt apparatus are the tapered disks and anvils and compressible gaskets which are inserted between the tapered walls. The gasketing function, however, is still complicated and puzzling. Gasket properties determine the amount of stroke and support pressure on the die-anvil members. A larger stroke and support pressure are desirable.
KeywordsTungsten Carbide Support Pressure Diamond Formation Pressure Calibration Diamond Synthesis
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