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Melting of Sn to 1 Mbar

Abstract:
The melting point of Sn was determined between 20-105 GPa using laser-heated diamond anvil cell experiments, coupled with in situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction studies. In agreement with previous LH-DAC speckle experiments, we observe a flattening of the melting slope between P = 40-60 GPa. However, we also observe that this plateau is followed by a further increase in the melting slope above P ∼ 70 GPa, leading to a remarkably high melting point of T m = 5500 K by P = 105 GPa.
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Daisenberger, D More by this author
Salamat, A More by this author
Garbarino, G More by this author
Mezouar, M More by this author
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Volume:
377
Issue:
1
Pages:
012035-012035
Publication date:
2012
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EISSN:
1742-6596
ISSN:
1742-6588
URN:
uuid:3d2c00ad-10ad-422f-b22f-a198fe6a5f95
Source identifiers:
355389
Local pid:
pubs:355389

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