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Dynamic Synthesis of Superhard Materials

  • A. N. Dremin
  • O. N. Breusov

Abstract

Some ineffective attempts to use explosion energy for diamond synthesis had already been made at the end of the previous century [1,2]. However, the opinion confirmed gradually that it was difficult to get considerable structural change of any substance due to shock compression of short duration. Bancroft, Peterson and Minshall had been the first who declared, on the contrary to the generally accepted opinion, the possibility of polymorphic transformation by shock compression. In 1956, they published shock compression data for iron [3]. According to this data the compressibility of iron increased sharply at a shock pressure of approximately 13 GPa. The authors associated the change in compressibility with the polymorphic transformation of iron into some new modification.

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Boron Nitride Superhard Material Shock Compression Shock Wave Front Shock Pressure 
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