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Physical Review B
An open question in the behavior of metals subjected to shock is the nature of the deformation that couples to the phase transformation process. Experiments to date cannot discriminate between the role of known deformation processes such as twinning or dislocations accompanying a phase change, and modes that can become active only in extreme environments. We show that a deformation mode not present in static conditions plays a dominant role in mediating plastic behavior in hcp metals anddoi:10.1103/physrevb.89.220101 fatcat:ch4zqyoslbdrpmu2xfgnwu2xl4