Generalized Hugoniots and 0°K Curves of Elements
Hugoniots are necessary when considering any explosive processes. They constitute the main source of knowledge for an equation of state at high pressures and temperatures. This explains the great interest in their experimental determination. About a thousand Hugoniots are known at present, and among them are approximately 200 Hugoniots for many elements of the periodic system obtained by various researchers. Such a great quantity of data makes it possible to treat them statistically and find definite somilarities.
KeywordsShock Wave Periodic System Shock Compression Hugoniot Curve Pressure Shock Wave
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