2021
DOI: 10.1088/1361-648x/abef26
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Abstract: Abstract Extreme states of matter, that is, matter at extremes of density (pressure) and temperature, can be created in the laboratory either statically or dynamically. In the former, the pressure–temperature state can be maintained for relatively long periods of time, but the sample volume is necessarily extremely small. When the extreme states are generated dynamically, the sample volumes can be larger, but the pressure–temperature conditions are maintained for only short periods of time (ps t… Show more

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