Nov 29, 2000
High-Pressure Physics and Planetary Interiors
Dr. Raymond Jeanloz, UCB
Sufficiently high pressures can be achieved in the laboratory that
the electronic states of matter are significantly altered, resulting
in novel properties for materials. Pressures of this magnitude are
reached inside planets, such that the evolution of planetary interiors
is controlled by material properties unlike those found at ambient
conditions. Future work, at near-stellar conditions, opens the
possibility for studying entirely new phenomena in condensed-matter
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