megabar


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megabar

(ˈmɛɡəˌbɑː)
n
(Units) a unit of pressure equal to one million bars
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Mark O'Hare and James Lees were convicted after a disturbance outside Megabar in Motherwell and will now have their suitability to work as doormen put under scrutiny by the Security Industry Authority which regulates bouncers.
The Mambo Brothers, who own the Balearic isle's famous Cafe Mambo and have a weekly residency at superclub Hi Ibiza, will take to the decks at The Printworks' new megabar Lazy Lizard for a massive end-of-year party.
CADBURY have produced a chocolate fan's dream - their seven Dairy Milk flavours in one megabar.
At about one megabar, oxygen turns into a superconducting, metallic solid.
Evidence for a structural phase transition in solid hydrogen at megabar pressures.
These days, the revised edition of Green & Black's Chocolate Recipes - jacketed to look like their megabar of cook's chocolate (a 150g chunk that breaks into 30 5g pieces) - fills a hole.
The researchers also discovered that the diamond/BC8/ liquid triple point (the temperature and pressure at which these three phases coexist in thermodynamic equilibrium) is at a lower pressure than previously thought (BC8 denotes a solid phase of carbon into which diamond transforms above 12 megabar (1.2 TPa)at zero temperature.
At 1 Megabar pressure, or higher, it is in the regime of High Energy Density Physics (HEDP).
The author acknowledges the many outstanding accomplishments with the DAC by other laboratories in the United States and abroad, including the attainment of megabar pressures and the application of the DAC to many scientific measurement techniques, too numerous to mention here.
Under megabar pressures, samples of zirconium and hafnium -- so-called rare earth or transition mettal elements -- show substantial changes in shape and chemical character.
Even after crossing past the 1 megabar (1 million atmospheres) pressure limit, no structural phase transition was observed.
Single-crystal X-ray diffraction at megabar pressures and temperatures of thousands of degrees.