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Discrete velocities of slow soliton-like excitations in copper: comparison of two independent experimetal results
Author(s): Eugene M. Kudriavtsev; Sergey D. Zotov
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Paper Abstract

Single exciting pulse with a threshold about (10-100)kW/cm2 produces in solids (and even possible more generally in condense matter) the whole series from more than i=30 of solitary waves - soliton-like excitations as it was shown in our group since first findings in 1992. They are spread on a stuff with constant velocity Ui, the values by which one "are quantized" - decrease twice for each subsequent (i+1)-th component, and all - on nine orders, starting from a longitudinal speed of sound vl. With the purpose of confirmation and study of this fundamental property there were analyzed results for poly-crystal copper samples obtained by different methods and in two different labs. Many components of laser-induced solitary wave structure were registered in copper by IR-detector and thermocouple. Their velocities Ui(with i= 10-17, 29-31) less than longitudinal speed of sound vl are in agreement with expression (expression available in paper) The first part of results was measured in the P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute. We obtained another part of results from measurements of heat conduction, made in Prokhorov General Physics Institute. This work was sponsored as project 00-02-17249 by RFBR.

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Date Published: 2 September 2003
PDF: 4 pages
Proc. SPIE 5121, Laser Processing of Advanced Materials and Laser Microtechnologies, (2 September 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.514923
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Eugene M. Kudriavtsev, P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute (Russia)
Sergey D. Zotov, P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5121:
Laser Processing of Advanced Materials and Laser Microtechnologies
Friedrich H. Dausinger; Vitali I. Konov; Vladimir Yu. Baranov; Vladislav Ya. Panchenko, Editor(s)

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