Abstract: The high-temperature equation of state of copper is obtained using experimental data on thermodynamic properties, volumetric thermal expansion, compressibility, temperature dependence of the volumetric compression modulus. The entire volume of experimental data is optimized using the temperature-dependent Tate equation in the pressure range up to 2000 kbar and temperatures from 20-50 K to the melting point. The temperature dependence of thermodynamic and thermophysical parameters is described using the extended Einstein model. The resulting equation of state describes well the entire volume of experimental data within the measurement error of individual quantities.
Index terms: copper, thermodynamic properties, equation of state, optimization of parameters.


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