Progress in High Temperature Physics and Chemistry, Volume 1 is a collection of various theoretical, experimental, and technological aspects of high temperature phenomena. The volume presents broad scientific disciplines such as equilibrium and nonequilibrium thermodynamics; ionization and excitation phenomena; radiation and other transport phenomena; structure and properties of matter; sources and measurement (or determination) of high temperatures; chemical physics; gas dynamics; shock wave phenomena in solids, liquids, and gases producing high temperatures with associated physical and chemical changes; exploding wires and exploding foils; peaceful applications of nuclear energy; and astrophysics. Thermophysics and thermochemistry are briefly described as well. Physicists, chemists, worker, and researchers in the field of high temperature physics and chemistry will find the book very useful.
1. Theories of the Equation of State of Matter at High Pressures and Temperatures
2. Opacity of High Temperature Air
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- © Pergamon 1967
- 1st January 1967
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