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The various investigations include manifestations of reactivity from structural, chemical, physical and deformational (mechanical) processes in single- and multiple-component systems. There are numerous studies reported in the literature from a number of materials research groups, but the present authors have worked within a systematic, highly reproducible program based on standardized shock-modification systems with controlled, quantitative loading [1,2], and that work is emphasized. Thadhani 2.
At detonation the additive particle substance (for instance graphite) is transformed into a high-density form (in our case diamond). Fast cooling of diamond particles takes place at the process of the explosion product expansion in the Dynamic Synthesis of Superhard Materials 21 rarefaction wave behind the detonation front. The cooling does not allow diamond to transform into graphite and favours its rather high yield. To achieve these results many investigations had to be performed. The focus had been on the diamond yield dependence from carbons material nature, the particle size of carbon and content in the mixed explosive charge, the mixed charge size, shape and density, the kind of explosive in the mixed charge, the quality of the explosive and carbon material mixing, the nature of gaseous media and their pressure inside the explosion chamber, the mixed charge weight and the explosion chamber volume, as well as on some other characteristics of the method.