TITLE

Electric conductivity of liquid argon, krypton and xenon under shock compression up to pressure of 90 GPa

AUTHOR(S)
Mochalov, M. A.; Glukhodedov, V. D.; Kirshanov, S. I.; Lebedeva, T. S.
PUB. DATE
April 2000
SOURCE
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 505 Issue 1, p983
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Liquid Ar electric conductivity equal to ∼ 10[SUP4] (ohm.m)[SUP-1] at pressures up to 70 GPa and liquid Kr and Xe conductivity of about 6.10[SUP4](ohm.m)[SUP-1] at pressures up to 90 GPa have been experimentally measured. Zones of exponential dependence of electric conductivity on temperature were detected. These zones allowed to determine the energy gaps values: (14.8±0.4) eV - in argon, (11.1±0.8) eV - in krypton and (7.6±0.5) eV - in xenon. A conclusion about Xe and Kr metallization under pressures of more than 40 GPa and ≥70 GPa, accordingly.
ACCESSION #
5985348

 

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