Flash X-Ray Diffraction System Combined with Double Stage Light Gas Gun for Crystallography during Shock-Compression
In 1970, Johnson and co-workers first reported the x-ray diffraction study of LiF single crystal during shock-compression , and then the subsequent studies on other materials  and phase transition . Jamet and Trillant showed the Laue pattern of a single crystal aluminum during violent vaporization in the same year .
KeywordsImage Intensifier Single Crystal Aluminum Emulsion Film Laue Pattern Cathode Plate
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