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Some Questions of Phase Transition in Shock Waves

  • N. M. Kuznetsov
Part of the High-Pressure Shock Compression of Condensed Matter book series (SHOCKWAVE)

Abstract

The thermodynamic and the kinetic characteristics of phase transitions of solids, liquids, and dense gases cannot be, as a rule, predicted theoretically on the basis of first principles. Calculations of phase diagrams are additionally hindered by the fact that their most important characteristics, such as transition heat, the difference of phase densities, etc., are small differences of large quantities that cannot be computed accurately enough. Shock-induced polymorphic transitions are not, as a rule, in thermodynamic equilibrium, and the well-known thermodynamic relations for phase transitions (coincidence of chemical potentials in the two-phase region and the Clapeyron—Clausius equation) are useful only as approximations.

Keywords

Phase Transition Shock Wave Boron Nitride Shock Compression Diffusive Transition 
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