Bridgman anvil

Bridgman anvil

[′brij·mən ′an·vəl]
(physics)
A device for producing high static pressures using two large massive opposed pistons bearing on a small thin sample confined by a gasket material.
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To investigate the structural and electro-optical properties of PAN synthesized under atmospheric pressure, the high pressure apparatuses such as the diamond anvil cell and Bridgman anvil cell are often used.
In this work, we present the electrical resistivity measurements at high pressure using the Bridgman anvil cell on samples of PAN and analyze intensively the mechanism of conduction in PAN.