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English: These 1975 phase diagrams are generally incomplete, reaching at most 250 kbar (25 GPa) and thus lacking many high-pressure metallic phases. Taken from "Phase Diagrams of the Elements", David A. Young, UCRL-51902 "Prepared for the U.S. Energy Research & Development Administration under contract No. W-7405-Eng-48". From the document, "DISTRIBUTION OF THIS DOCUMENT IS UNLIMITED"; printed copies were available from the w:National Technical Information Service.
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Source http://www.osti.gov/bridge/servlets/purl/4010212-0BbwUC/4010212.pdf
Author David A. Young

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