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UFN, 1999, Volume 169, Number 3, Pages 323–344 (Mi ufn1581)  

This article is cited in 34 scientific papers (total in 34 papers)


Development of dynamic high-pressure techniques in Russia

L. V. Al'tshulera, R. F. Truninb, V. D. Urlinb, V. E. Fortova, A. I. Funtikova

a Joint Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
b Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Russian Federal Nuclear Center — All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics", Sarov, Nizhny Novgorod region

Abstract: In the mid-1950s, experimental studies of condensed matter at extremely high pressures (i.e., high energy densities) started to appear in the scientific literature, made possible by using strong shock waves to influence intensively the state of the substance being studied. Russian Federal Nuclear Centres in Sarov and Snezhinsk and their Academy of Sciences counterparts in Moscow, Chernogolovka, and Novosibirsk were instrumental in developing dynamic measurement techniques and forming this new line of investigation of extreme states of matter, based on application of shock waves in high-pressure physics.


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Physics–Uspekhi, 1999, 42:3, 261–280

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Document Type: Article
PACS: 28.70.+y, 47.40.-x, 62.20.Fe
Received: September 2, 1998

Citation: L. V. Al'tshuler, R. F. Trunin, V. D. Urlin, V. E. Fortov, A. I. Funtikov, “Development of dynamic high-pressure techniques in Russia”, UFN, 169:3 (1999), 323–344; Phys. Usp., 42:3 (1999), 261–280

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