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It has been recently reported that the shoulder of the superconducting transition in HgBa2Ca2Cu3 0 8+(5 can be elevated from ca. 133 K to ca. 153 K as pressure is raised from 1 atm (ca. 105 Pa) to 150 kbar (1.5 x 1010 Pa). The data show an approximately linear Tc against P up to ca. 17 kbar (1.7 x 109 Pa) (hydrostatic), and thereafter (non-hydrostatic) indication of saturation or slope change. It is the purpose of this paper to discuss this pressure enhancement in terms of two general theoriesdoi:10.1098/rspa.1994.0100 fatcat:n7gdjec47vejlb2eosrfc5kgs4