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Isentropic Compressibility and Equation of State of Hydrogen up to 1 TPa

  • V. P. Kopyshev
  • V. D. Urlin
Part of the High-Pressure Shock Compression of Condensed Matter book series (SHOCKWAVE)

Abstract

Interest directed towards the equation of state of hydrogen and its isotopes comes from the fact that it is the main constituent of stars and some large planets. It is also the simplest element in nature and this makes it the preferred element in calculations of properties from first principles. Besides, at high densities hydrogen is predicted to undergo transitions from the dielectric to the metallic state and possibly to the superconducting state. Knowledge of the hydrogen equation of state (EOS) is also important in solution of the problem of thermonuclear reaction ignition. In the last 25 years great advances have been made in the technology for obtaining high pressures in diamond anvil cells. In these devices, hydrogen has been compressed to a density of p ≈ 1 g/cm3 under isothermal conditions.

Keywords

Melting Curve Sound Speed Isentropic Compressibility Hydrogen Equation Weak Shock Wave 
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