By Arthur L. Ruoff (auth.), C. W. Chu, J. A. Woollam (eds.)
High strain technology is a swiftly turning out to be various fi. e1d. The excessive strain process has develop into a strong instrument for either the learn and instruction of fabrics. In spi. te of the various excessive strain meetings held lately, I felt that there has been a necessity for scientists inside of a well-defined sector (not certain in simple terms by way of the typical experimental strategy) to satisfy in an environment conducive to frank trade and shut interplay. during this spirit, the Cleveland country collage hosted the sort of convention from July 20 to 22, 1977, during which the physics of solids less than excessive pressures and at low tempera tures was once in particular tested. either the unique and overview papers offered on the convention and the candid discussions following their displays look during this quantity. They sincerely conceal a slightly whole spectrum of present study within the physics of solids at excessive pressures and coffee temperatures. I desire to thank the nationwide Aeronautics and area Administra tion, the workplace of Naval study and the nationwide technology Founda tion for his or her monetary aid of the convention. moreover, I want specially to thank Steinar Huang for his unceasing assistance in arranging this convention. I additionally desire to thank him and Francis Stephenson for his or her information in getting ready this publication. C. W. Chu, Chairman, foreign convention on excessive strain and coffee Temperature Physics v Contents HYDROGEN AND METAL-HYDRIDES (Chairman: I. Spain) customers FOR metal HYDROGEN 1 A. L.
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High-Pressure and Low-Temperature Physics by Arthur L. Ruoff (auth.), C. W. Chu, J. A. Woollam (eds.)