Kondo, Ken-ichi and Ahrens, Thomas J. and Sawaoka, Akira (1983) Shock-induced radiation spectra of fused quartz. Journal of Applied Physics, 54 (8). pp. 4382-4385. ISSN 0021-8979 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:KONjap83
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An optical multichannel analyzer is applied to observe shock-induced radiation spectra of fused quartz in the 23–31 GPa shock-pressure range. Characteristics of sample-driver interface strongly influence both intensity and profile of the observed spectra. Brightness and color temperature are determined by an integration of spectral radiance and a fit to the greybody radiation spectrum, respectively. The resultant brightness and color temperature are lower and considerably higher than those estimated by the theoretical calculation, respectively. Some broad but strong line spectra are, however, superimposed onto the continuous greybody radiation spectrum even though the influences of the interface are reduced as much as possible. The line spectra are probably caused by electroluminescence and/or triboluminescence.
|Additional Information:||© 1983 American Institute of Physics. Received 23 September 1982; accepted 13 April 1983. The authors appreciate the help of W. Ginn, E. Gelle, M. Long, and C. Manning of Caltech. =The work was supported by U.S. National Science Foundation, EAR78-12742.|
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