Kinetics of Shock-Induced Phase Transition of Quartz

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

Abstract

The behavior of statically and dynamically loaded and then unloaded quartz is associated with a broad spectrum of complicated physical phenomena—change of strength, amorphization, non-equilibrium phase states, phase transitions, etc. For this reason, quartz is a rather popular material for experimental study of pressure-induced processes. As to the number of scientific publications devoted to high pressure states of matter, only carbon (probably because of the problem of making diamond), and iron can be compared with quartz. This chapter reviews some experimental data on shock compressibility of quartz as well as the analysis of these data [1–61].

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Shock Wave Amorphous Silica Quartz Glass Shock Compression Fuse Quartz 
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