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Zel'dovich Ya.B., Raizer Yu.P. — Physics of Shock Waves and High-Temperature Hydrodynamic Phenomena (vol. 2)
Zel'dovich Ya.B., Raizer Yu.P. — Physics of Shock Waves and High-Temperature Hydrodynamic Phenomena (vol. 2)

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Название: Physics of Shock Waves and High-Temperature Hydrodynamic Phenomena (vol. 2)

Авторы: Zel'dovich Ya.B., Raizer Yu.P.

Аннотация:

The physical and chemical processes occurring in gases at high temperatures are the focus of this outstanding text by two distinguished physicists. They discuss essential physical influences on the dynamics and thermodynamics of continuous media, combining material from such disciplines as gas dynamics, shock-wave theory, thermodynamics and statistical physics, molecular physics, spectroscopy, radiation theory, astrophysics, solid-state physics, and other fields. Originally published in two volumes


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

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Год издания: 1967

Количество страниц: 478

Добавлена в каталог: 11.10.2005

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$\mathrm{Br_{2}}$, dissociation rate      368 502
$\mathrm{CO_{2}}$, rotational relaxation time      353
$\mathrm{CO_{2}}$, speed of sound in      554
$\mathrm{CO_{2}}$, vibrational relaxation in shock waves      498
$\mathrm{D_{2}}$, rotational excitation energy      352
$\mathrm{D_{2}}$, rotational relaxation time      353
$\mathrm{H^{-}}$, binding energy      268
$\mathrm{H^{-}}$, photodetachment      269
$\mathrm{H_{2}}$ as shock tube driver gas      237 238
$\mathrm{H_{2}}$, dissociation relaxation in shock waves      502
$\mathrm{H_{2}}$, excitation of      391
$\mathrm{H_{2}}$, ionization of      389
$\mathrm{H_{2}}$, properties behind shock waves      213
$\mathrm{H_{2}}$, rotational energy      178 352
$\mathrm{H_{2}}$, rotational relaxation time      353
$\mathrm{I_{2}}$      see “Iodine”
$\mathrm{I_{2}}$, dissociation rate      368 502
$\mathrm{I_{2}}$, recombination rate      365
$\mathrm{NH_{3}}$, rotational relaxation time      353
$\mathrm{NO^{+}}$ in air      385
$\mathrm{NO^{+}}$, dissociative recombination of      385
$\mathrm{NO_{2}}$, absorption by red light      622
$\mathrm{NO_{2}}$, absorption cross section      337
$\mathrm{NO_{2}}$, color of      565
$\mathrm{NO_{2}}$, concentration in air      338
$\mathrm{NO_{2}}$, formation of      378—382
$\mathrm{NO_{2}}$, formation of in strong explosions      565 568
$\mathrm{NO_{2}}$, relaxation time in formation of      379 380
$\mathrm{NO_{2}}$, role of in atomic explosion      618—624
$\mathrm{NO_{2}}$, vibrational energy      178
$\mathrm{N^{+4}}$, photoionization      268
$\mathrm{N^{-}}$, experimental data      335
$\mathrm{N^{2+}}$, dissociative recombination of      385
$\mathrm{N^{2+}}$, electronic states and band systems      305 321
$\mathrm{N^{2+}}$, oscillator strength      334
$\mathrm{N_{2}O_{4}}$, formation of in air      565
$\mathrm{N_{2}O}$, vibrational relaxation in shock waves      498
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, absorption coefficients      334
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, dissociation energy      184 213
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, dissociation of      187 188
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, dissociation relaxation in shock waves      502
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, electronic states and band systems      305—310 312 321
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, energy level diagram      307
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, first excited electronic state, energy      182
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, ionization of      389
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, ionization potential      192
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, oscillator strength      333 334
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, recombination rate      364 365
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, rotational energy      178 352
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, rotational relaxation time      353
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, statistical weight, ground state      182
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, vibrational energy      178 352
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, vibrational relaxation in shock waves      498
$\mathrm{N_{2}}$, vibrational relaxation time      361
$\mathrm{O^{+3}}$, photoionization      268
$\mathrm{O^{+}_{2}}$, dissociative recombination of      385
$\mathrm{O^{-}_{2}}$, binding energy      268
$\mathrm{O^{-}}$, absorption cross section      268
$\mathrm{O^{-}}$, binding energy      268
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, absorption coefficients      334
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, dissociation energy      184
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, dissociation of      187 188
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, dissociation rate      367
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, dissociation relaxation in shock waves      501 502
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, dissociation relaxation time      368
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, effect of $\mathrm{H_{2}O}$ on vibrational excitation      361
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, electronic states and band systems      305 313 321
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, first excited electronic state      182
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, ionization of      389
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, ionization potential      192 385
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, oscillator strength      333 334
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, potential curves      314
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, recombination rate      368
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, rotational energy      178 352
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, rotational relaxation time      353
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, statistical weight, ground state      182
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, vibrational energy      178 353
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, vibrational relaxation in shock waves      498
$\mathrm{O_{2}}$, vibrational relaxation time      361
$\mathrm{O_{3}}$, formation of      367
$\mathrm{O_{3}}$, ultraviolet absorption in      604
Abramson, I.S.      636[19] 873
Abrikosov, A.A.      781 877
Absorption      110 113—115 119
Absorption coefficient      110 115 120 “Mean
Absorption coefficient for sound      74 75 559 564
Absorption coefficient, bound-bound      113
Absorption coefficient, bound-free      113
Absorption coefficient, continuous spectra      140
Absorption coefficient, frequency dependence      138 139 144
Absorption coefficient, mass      111
Absorption coefficient, photon in air      604 605 607
Absorption coefficient, spectral lines      140
Absorption cross section      113
Absorption cross section at line center      114
Absorption cross section, spectral line      294 295
Absorption curve      269
Absorption for concentration measurement      244
Absorption lines      139
Absorption of ultrasound      555—564
Absorption spectrum, hydrogen-like atoms      293—297
Absorption spectrum, molecular      321—330
Absorption wave      344—348
Absorption, probability of      121
Absorptivity      118
Acoustic equations      7
Acoustic impedance      729
Acoustic wave speeds      741—744 (see also “Sound speed”)
Activated complex method      370—373
Activated complex method in $\mathrm{NO_{2}}$ formation      381
Activated complex method, reaction rate      372
Activation energy      189 368
Activation energy for self-diffusion of atoms      694
Adadurov, G.A.      751 876
Adamskii, V.B.      792[18] 822 827[13] 828[13] 832 832[18] 879(2)
Adiabatic condition      357
Adiabatic condition, quantum mechanical      400
Adiabatic exponent      208
Adiabatic invariant      172
AG      see “Silver”
Aglintsev, K.K.      605[7] 872
Air as shock tube test gas      238
Air, cooling by radiation      626—634
Air, degree of ionization, comparison of exact and approximate calculations      206
Air, dissociation of      184 187
Air, equilibrium composition with dissociation and ionization      187
Air, internal energy with ionization      206
Air, ionization of      187 188 413—416 513—515
Air, photon absorption in      603—606
Air, properties of, behind shock waves with dissociation and ionization      211—213
Air, properties of, radiative      33 Iff
Air, properties of, thermodynamic      188
Air, properties of, with ionization      196 197
Air, radiation intensity curve      336
Air, reaction rates in      502 504
Air, shock waves in      502—505
Air, spark discharge in      636—638
Air, species present at high temperature      331
Al, photoionization      276 (see also “Aluminum”)
Alder, B.J.      756 779 780 877(2)
Allen, C.W.      396[86] 405[86] 439
Allen, R.A.      332[45] 335[57] 364[70] 432(2) 438 502[68] 868
Aluminum, heat of fusion      764
Aluminum, heat of vaporization      690 764
Aluminum, physical characteristics      698
Aluminum, properties behind shock      750
Aluminum, thermal expansion      700
Al’tshuler, L.V.      685 686[55] 688 690[1] 692 692[1 55] 693[1] 698[3] 703[3] 707[3] 708[3 55] 714[1] 718[3] 722 722[1-3 55] 724[1-5] 725[1] 727[2] 729 730[2 3 5] 731[1 5] 746[4] 746 748[4] 749[4] 750[4] 779[5] 780[5] 781[5] 874(2) 875(3) 878
Ambartsumian, V.A. (ed.)      267[6] 269[6] 404[55] 423 428 437
Ambartsumyan, R.V.      338[72] 433
Andriankin, E.I.      670 846[25] 852 852[29] 858[29] 859[29] 863[29] 874(2) 880(2)
Angular distribution of radiation      144—151 155
Anharmonic molecular vibrations      183
Anharmonic oscillator      127
Anharmonic oscillator in laser effect      123
Anisimov, S.I.      498[58] 868
Anomalous absorption      75
Anomalous dispersion      553—564
Anomalous thermodynamic properties      67—69
Ar as shock tube test gas      237 238
Ar, excitation of      391
Ar, ionization by Ar      400
Ar, ionization by K      400
Ar, ionization of      389
Ar, ionization potential      385
Ar, photoionization      276
Ar, properties behind shock waves      213
Ar, properties within shock waves      511
Ar, strong shocks in      603
Arbitrary discontinuities      84—92
Arc discharge spectra      201
Armstrong, B.H.      332[32a] 431
Arrhenius’ law      369
Askar’yan, G.A.      343[74] 433
Associative ionization      414 415 514
Astapovich, I.S.      845[21] 846[21] 879
Atkinson, W.R.      239[6] 427
Atom recombination rates      364 365
Atomic cell      223 229
Atomic cell, entropy of      230
Atomic explosion      611—636
Atomic explosion, brightness temperature      625
Atomic explosion, minimum luminosity      613 621—626
Atomic explosion, nitrogen dioxide role in      619—624
Atomic line spectra      283 ff.
Attenuation coefficient      110
Attenuation coefficient, mass      111
Attenuation of a light beam      111
Avalanche ionization      see “Electron avalanche”
Average ionic charge, multiply ionized gas      203 279
Average ionization potential      203
Average ionization, degree      see “Multiple ionization approximate
Avogadro number      441 881
Bakanova, A.A.      685 692 698[3] 703[3] 707[3] 708[3] 718[3] 722 722[3] 724[3] 730[3] 875
Bancroft, D.      685 722[24] 745 751 756[24 30] 876(2)
Band spectra      112 303
Barenblatt, G.I.      657 665[2] 670 675 676 679 681[9] 874(4)
Bartell, L.S.      124[12] 424
Basov, N.G.      338[72] 348 433 434
Bates, D.R.      268 412 412[89] 413[89] 428 439
Bates, D.R. (ed.)      256[53] 268[53] 287[53] 292[53] 390[83] 391[83] 395[83] 396[83] 413[83] 414[83] 432 439
Baum, F.A.      711 722 876
Becker integral      471 472
Becker, R.      285[19] 287[19] 429 471 592 864
Belen’kii, S.Z.      171 424 543 670
Belokon’, V.A.      543 575 867 871
Benson, S.W.      201[14] 218[14] 425
Berg, H.F.      241[8] 427
Bernard, J.J.      476[11] 865
Bernoulli equation      42 49
Beta band system of NO      305 320 323—330 334
Bethe, H.A.      231[33] 266[5] 289 296[5] 299[5] 313[21] 319[21] 321[21] 324[21] 326[21] 328[21] 426 428 430 751 878
Biberman, L.M.      276 276[55] 283[17] 297 303[49] 321[23] 323[27] 332[56] 392[81] 393[81] 429(3) 430(2) 432(4) 439 507 510 510[93] 512[93] 513 514 514[97] 515[99] 866 870(3)
Bimolecular reactions      369
Binary diffusion      482—485
Binding energy of a gas      see “Dissociation energy”
Binding energy of a solid      687 689 690 694
Bismuth, phase transition      756
Black body      118 (see also “Perfect black body”)
Black-body radiation      115—118
Blackman, V.H.      360 360[16] 455 498[25 26] 513[40] 513[79] 866(2) 867 869
Blasius boundary layer equation, reduction in order of      668
Blechar, T.      685[24] 722[24] 756[24] 876
Blendin, L.B.      685[24] 722[24] 756[24] 876
Bloom, M.H.      553[2] 870
Blythe, P.A.      362[62] 438 498 498[63] 868(2)
Bodenstein, M.      379
Bohr radius      442 882
Boiko, V.A.      338[72] 433
Boltzmann constant      441 881
Boltzmann statistics      121
Boltzmann’s law for equilibrium radiation intensity      121
Bond, J.W., Jr.      510 525[46] 866 867
Born approximation      254
Bortner, M.H.      504[73] 513[78] 869(2)
Bose quantum statistics      121
Bound electron states      111
Bound-bound transitions      112 114 283
Bound-free absorption      114 264—269
Bound-free absorption coefficient      114
Bound-free absorption cross section      114
Bound-free transitions      112 261
Brachman, M.K.      230 426
Brackmann, R.T.      389[48] 437
Bradt, P.      364[21] 435
Bragg angles      124
Braginskii, S.N.      638 638[25] 873
Braking method      724 (see also “Collision method”)
Branscomb, L.M.      269[9] 429
Brazhnik, M.I.      685[1 2 4] 690[1] 692[1 2 4] 693[1] 714[1] 722[1 2 4] 724[1 2 4] 725[1] 727[2] 729 730[2] 731[1] 746[4] 746 748[4] 749[4] 750[4] 874(2) 875
Break-away      see “Scabbing”
Break-away method      see “Free surface method”
Break-up of arbitrary discontinuities      see “Arbitrary discontinuities”
Breakaway of shock from fireball      613 618—621
Breakdown in a laser beam      338—343
Breakdown wave      344 347
Breakthrough of shock into space      851 862
Breen, F.H.      283 429
Bremsstrahlung      113
Bremsstrahlung absorption      115 259
Bremsstrahlung absorption coefficient      114
Bremsstrahlung emission      248 ff.
Bremsstrahlung emission from a neutral atom      255—258
Bremsstrahlung emission, quantum effects      254
Bremsstrahlung emission, quasi-classical condition      253
Bremsstrahlung from a neutral atom      113
Bremsstrahlung from an ion      113
Brickl, D.      498[25] 866
Bridgman, P.W.      692 781 877
Brightness temperature      138 139
Brightness temperature for integrated radiation      see “Integrated brightness temperature”
Brightness temperature of a strong shock      598—611 (see also “Luminosity of shock fronts”)
Brightness temperature of fireball      625
Brightness temperature of metal vapors      773—778 (see also “Luminosity of metal vapors”)
Brightness temperature, maximum in air      606—609
Brish, A.A.      779 779[45 46] 780[45 46] 877(2)
Britton, D.      365[25] 368[25 36] 436(2) 502[30] 866
Brode, H.L.      99[9] 423
Bronshten, V.A.      515 870
Brown, S.C.      256[60] 338[60] 389 391[78] 432 439
Bubbles, collapse of      807—812
Bubbles, collapse of, compressibility in      810 811
Bubbles, collapse of, viscosity in      811 812
Bulk modulus of elasticity      735 736 742
Bulk viscosity coefficient      73 76 353 469
Bulk viscosity coefficient, cross section for photoprocesses      404
Bulk viscosity coefficient, photoionization      267 268
Bunker, D.L.      365[26] 436
Burch, D.S.      269[9] 429
Burgess, A.      276 429
Burhop, E.H.S.      389 391[45] 401[45] 406[45] 412[45] 437
Buss, J.H.      201[14] 218[14] 425
Butslov, M.M.      686[12] 875
Byron, S.R.      367 391[50] 421[50] 436 437 505 507 508 510 510[35] 511 512[35] 866
Ca, cross section for photoprocesses      404
Ca, photoionization      267 268
Calibrated reflection method      726—730
Camac, M.      362[59] 367 438(2) 498[60] 502 868(2)
Camm, J.C.      269[8] 305[8] 321[8] 326[8] 330[8] 332[8 31 45] 333[8] 364[70] 429 431 432 438 502[68] 868
Cascade emission      126 127
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