Liquid carbon density and resistivity.

  title={Liquid carbon density and resistivity.},
  author={Alexander Savvatimskiy},
  journal={Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal},
  volume={20 11},
As was shown in Gathers et al (1974 Report UCRL-51644 (Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, September 14)), graphite specimens of low initial densities (heated at gas pressure 2-4 kbar) contract to higher density still in the solid state and then continue further expanding up to the melting line. This effect was included in the analysis of our experimental results on the fast heating of graphite specimens in thick-walled capillary tubes. At low pressures (up to 4 kbar) the liquid carbon density γ∼1.2… CONTINUE READING

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