Hugoniot data for iron

Brown, J. M.; Fritz, J. N.; Hixson, R. S.
November 2000
Journal of Applied Physics;11/1/2000, Vol. 88 Issue 9, p5496
Academic Journal
Discusses a definitive set of the Los Alamos Hugoniot data for iron in a pressure regime. Improved algorithm for the flash-gap time correction; Polynomial representations of the data; Use of the high-pressure behavior of iron in exploring the physics of transition metals under extreme compression.


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