Properties of Transition Metals and Their Compounds at Extreme Conditions
Anzellini, Simone (editor)
Errandonea, Daniel (editor)
The characterization of the physical and chemical properties of transition metals and their compounds under extreme conditions of pressure and temperature has always attracted the interest of a wide scientific community. Their properties have numerous implications in fields ranging from solid-state physics, chemistry, and materials science to Earth and planetary science. The present Special Issue represents a good example of such a broad interest and shows some of the latest advancements in the investigation of transition metals under extreme conditions of pressure and temperature.
Keywordsvanadate; kagome compound; high pressure; X-ray diffraction; equation of state; iodate; infrared spectroscopy; phase transitions; grain refinement; mechanical properties; commercial purity aluminum; zirconium; Nb3Sn; local atomic structure; XAFS; melting curves; laser-heated diamond anvil cell; extreme conditions; synchrotron radiation; transition metals; iridium; laser heating; density-functional theory; melting; radial-distribution function; quantum molecular dynamics; melting curve; solid–solid phase transition boundary; multi-phase materials; phase relation; Earth’s core; iron alloys; high-pressure; high-temperature; thermodynamics; eutectic spacing; Al-Si alloy; superheat; electrical resistivity; iron sulfides; high temperature; Ganymede; thermal convection; creep testing; ME21; magnesium alloy; size effects; miniature specimen; PbTe; substitutional disorder; thermal expansion; bulk modulus; atomic displacement; low temperature; compression; Debye temperature; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues