Pressures of up to 2.2 GPa were generated in a double-wall piston-cylinder type of cell made of CuBe and MP35N materials, especially designed to perform μSR experiments under pressure (35, 36). As a pressure-transmitting medium, Daphne oil was used. The pressure was measured by tracking the SC transition of a very small indium plate by AC susceptibility. The filling factor of the pressure cell was maximized. The fraction of the muons stopping in the sample was approximately 40%.

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