High energy density physics (HEDP) is a new subfield of physics intersecting nuclear physics, astrophysics and plasma physics. It has been defined as the physics of matter and radiation at energy densities in excess of about 100 GJ/m^3.[1]
See also

High energy physics


High Energy Density Physics.

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