EPJ Web of Conferences
Volume 15, 2011LAM14 - XIV Liquid and Amorphous Metals Conference
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Covalent and ionic liquid metals|
|Published online||18 May 2011|
Liquid metals and liquid carbon: some similar properties at high temperatures
125412, Izhorskaya, 13, Bd2, Joint Institute for High Temperatures RAS, Moscow, Russia
Liquid carbon resistivity ρ (just after the melting) diminishes with rising of input energy and pressure P (for P - lower than 50 kbar). Far above melting point, at high pressure (higher ~50 kbar) liquid carbon resistivity rises sharply, up to 3000 µΩ⋅cm. It was shown that the liquid carbon (as some other metals, for example W, Li) has one and the same property: a denser phase (in liquid state) has higher resistivity
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