Lagus, Peter L. and Ahrens, Thomas J. (1973) Shock wave measurements on solid hydrogen and argon. Journal of Chemical Physics, 59 (7). pp. 3517-3522. ISSN 0021-9606 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:LAGjcp73
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Hugoniot data for solid argon (initially at 77°K and 1 bar) and solid hydrogen (initially at 5°K and 1 bar) have been obtained to 143 kbar and 6.4 kbar, respectively, using the projectile impact method. The argon data (at volumes of 15.28, 14.84, and 14.64 cm3/mole) are in fair agreement with previous shock data, and in excellent agreement with the most recent theoretically predicted Hugoniot. The hydrogen data (at volumes of 17.10, 15.32, 15.27, 15.11 cm3/mole) are compared with Hugoniots calculated from published isothermal compression data. For both argon and hydrogen, the shock and isothermal data are self-consistent under the assumption γ/V is constant. To compressions of V/V0≈0.65, the previous isothermal compression measurements on solid hydrogen are consistent with the present shock data.
|Additional Information:||© 1973 The American Institute of Physics. Received 10 May 1973. It is a pleasure to acknowledge the invaluable assistance in the design and construction of these experiments rendered by Sol Giles and Professor James Westphal. The execution of the experiments was undertaken with the aid of Harold Richeson and David Johnson. This research was supported by National Science Foundation Grant GP-39483. Contribution No. 2339, Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences.|
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