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Picosecond X-ray diffraction studies of shocked single crystals

Abstract:

The past few years have seen a rapid growth in the development and exploitation of X-ray diffraction on ultrafast time-scales. One area of physics which has benefited particularly from these advances is the the field of shock-waves. Whilst it has been known for many years that crystalline matter, subjected to uniaxial shock compression, can undergo plastic deformation and, for certain materials, polymorphic phase transformations, it has hitherto not been possible to observe the rearrangement ...

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10.1117/12.674427

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Collins, GW More by this author
Colvin, JD More by this author
Davies, HM More by this author
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Volume:
6261 I
Publication date:
2006
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ISSN:
0277-786X
URN:
uuid:d725ad20-5725-46be-bbfd-3db818aa5f34
Source identifiers:
151689
Local pid:
pubs:151689
ISBN-10:
0819463264
ISBN-13:
9780819463265

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