Optical, X-Ray, and Electrical Measurements

  • Daniil S. Tsiklis


This chapter presents individual examples of the use of optical, x-ray, and electrical methods for investigation of the refraction coefficients, absorption spectra and Raman-effect spectra, rotation of polarization plane, compressibility, and many other properties of a material under high pressure.


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