In principle, the methods described elsewhere in this volume are available at high pressures (HP). Of course, “in principle” implies the availability of techniques for maintaining samples of a sufficient volume at the HP to allow observation of a signal. Compared to studies on the same material at ambient conditions, neutron scattering at HP is a flux hungry technique. The HP device, irrespective of its design, will necessarily force compromise between signal and parasitic scattering and absorption from the cell. Breakthroughs in HP neutron science therefore depend on novel HP cell and beamline design that maximize pressure, sample volume, and...

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