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A sketch of the target assembly used in the classical shock temperature measurements.
Melting temperatures of copper. Solid square—Measured data of this study; Open circle—Molecular dynamics calculations by Belonoshko (Ref. 12), Open diamond—Calculated data by Hayes (Ref. 11). Solid line and the dashed line are Lindemann melting curve and calculated Hugoniot temperatures (Refs. 10 and 13), respectively. The error bar is given by the method of Ref. 14.
Melting temperatures of iron. Solid square—Measured data with LiF window in this work; and Open diamond—Calculated melting temperature by Nguyen and Holmes (Ref. 17). The solid line is a smooth linking of the three data points, the short-dashed line is taken from Ref. 14, the dashed-dotted line is the Hugoniot temperatures from thermodynamic calculations (Refs. 10 and 13).
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