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An optical high-pressure cell for transient grating measurements of biological substance with a high reproducibility

, : An optical high-pressure cell for transient grating measurements of biological substance with a high reproducibility. Review of Scientific Instruments 79(3): 034101-034101

We describe a high-pressure optical cell that can be used for time-resolved transient grating measurements to determine the thermodynamic properties of transient species under high pressure. This high-pressure cell enables us to compare the grating signal intensities of different samples quantitatively. Using this high-pressure cell with an inner sample cell, one can measure various thermodynamic properties of a biological substance in time domain. The stability and reproducibility of this apparatus are described.


PMID: 18377030

DOI: 10.1063/1.2894331

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