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scaling laws for density and temperature of high-energy explosions
I'm wondering if there are heuristic ways to derive how the peak density and temperature of nuclear explosions scale with the amount of fissile/fusible material. Does it matter what the explosion ...
Sep 4 '12 at 17:57
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