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TVT, 2003, Volume 41, Issue 2, Pages 254–258 (Mi tvt1648)  

This article is cited in 5 scientific papers (total in 5 papers)

Thermophysical Properties of Materials

X-ray diffraction study of shock-induced phase transformations in zirconium and bismuth

A. M. Podurets, V. V. Dorokhin, R. F. Trunin

Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Russian Federal Nuclear Center — All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics", Sarov, Nizhny Novgorod region

Abstract: Pulse X-ray patterns of polycrystalline zirconium and monocrystalline bismuth are obtained at the moment of shock-wave stimulation of samples. The exposure time of X-ray photography is $0.2$$0.3$ ms. Zirconium samples are investigated at shock pressures of $5$, $9.5$, $15$, and $29$ GPa. At $P=5$ and $9.5$ GPa, the structure of the initial $\alpha$-phase is observed. At $15$ and $29$ GPa, the form of X-ray patterns varies, but they are difficult to interpret. A mixture of the $\alpha$- and $\omega$-phases is observed on the free surface of zirconium sample after it is loaded to $12$ GPa and the unloading begins. Single crystals of bismuth, oriented parallel to the sample surface by the $(100)$, $(110)$, and $(111)$ crystallographic planes, are investigated at shock pressures of $6.7$, $8.5$, $13.7$, $22$, and $27$ GPa. At $6.7$ GPa, a high-pressure phase of $\mathrm{Bi}$$\mathrm{V}$ is registered; at $8.5$ and $13.7$ GPa, a distorted body-centered crystal (bcc) structure. At a higher pressure ($22$ GPa), a disturbance of the long-range crystal order (amorphization) is observed; at $27$ GPa, the diffraction pattern disappears, which may be seen as melting.

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High Temperature, 2003, 41:2, 216–220

UDC: 534.222.2
Received: 20.01.2000

Citation: A. M. Podurets, V. V. Dorokhin, R. F. Trunin, “X-ray diffraction study of shock-induced phase transformations in zirconium and bismuth”, TVT, 41:2 (2003), 254–258; High Temperature, 41:2 (2003), 216–220

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