X-ray radiation in self-propagating high-temperature synthesis processes
Emission effects of heterogeneous combustion in the region of ionization radiation are studied. By an example of a Ti-B powder system, it is demonstrated that the processes of self-propagating high-temperature synthesis in the thermal explosion regime is accompanied by “soft” X-ray radiation with the quantum energy estimated as ≈5 keV. Key words: heterogeneous combustion, X-ray radiation.
KeywordsIonization Radiation Thermal Explosion Powder System Heterogeneous Combustion Thermite Mixture
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