Matthias Ebert
Matthias Ebert
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Chemical modification of projectile residues and target material in a MEMIN cratering experiment
M Ebert, L Hecht, A Deutsch, T Kenkmann
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 48 (1), 134-149, 2013
422013
Chemical projectile–target interaction and liquid immiscibility in impact glass from the Wabar craters, Saudi Arabia
C Hamann, L Hecht, M Ebert, R Wirth
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 121, 291-310, 2013
352013
Geochemical processes between steel projectiles and silica-rich targets in hypervelocity impact experiments
M Ebert, L Hecht, A Deutsch, T Kenkmann, R Wirth, J Berndt
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 133, 257-279, 2014
282014
Deformation and melting of steel projectiles in hypervelocity cratering experiments
T Kenkmann, G Trullenque, A Deutsch, L Hecht, M Ebert, T Salge, ...
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 48 (1), 150-164, 2013
202013
Silicate liquid immiscibility in impact melts
C Hamann, A Fazio, M Ebert, L Hecht, R Wirth, L Folco, A Deutsch, ...
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 53 (8), 1594-1632, 2018
142018
Correlating laser‐generated melts with impact‐generated melts: An integrated thermodynamic‐petrologic approach
C Hamann, R Luther, M Ebert, L Hecht, A Deutsch, K Wünnemann, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (20), 10,602-10,610, 2016
132016
Microscopic evidence of stishovite generated in low‐pressure shock experiments on porous sandstone: Constraints on its genesis
U Mansfeld, F Langenhorst, M Ebert, A Kowitz, RT Schmitt
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 52 (7), 1449-1464, 2017
112017
Localized shock‐induced melting of sandstone at low shock pressures (< 17.5 GP a): An experimental study
M Ebert, A Kowitz, RT Schmitt, WU Reimold, U Mansfeld, F Langenhorst
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 53 (8), 1633-1643, 2018
102018
Localized shock‐induced melting of sandstone at low shock pressures (< 17.5 GP a): An experimental study
M Ebert, A Kowitz, RT Schmitt, WU Reimold, U Mansfeld, F Langenhorst
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 53 (8), 1633-1643, 2018
102018
Laser‐induced melting experiments: Simulation of short‐term high‐temperature impact processes
M Ebert, L Hecht, C Hamann, R Luther
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 52 (7), 1475-1494, 2017
92017
Robust optical tracking of individual ejecta particles in hypervelocity impact experiments
M Gulde, L Kortmann, M Ebert, E Watson, J Wilk, F Schäfer
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 53 (8), 1696-1704, 2018
72018
MEMIN: Chemical modification of projectile spheres, target melts and shocked quartz in hypervelocity impact experiments
M Ebert, L Hecht, A Deutsch, T Kenkmann
LPI, 1400, 2011
32011
Liquid immiscibility and disequilibrium textures in quenched impact melt of the wabar and tenoumer craters
L Hecht, C Hamann, D Schultze, M Ebert, WU Reimold, R Wirth
LPICo 1737, 3115, 2013
22013
First microscopic evidence for stishovite in a shock experiment with sandstone and constraints on its genesis
F Langenhorst, U Mansfeld, M Ebert, D Harries, WU Reimold
LPI, 1810, 2015
12015
Silicate liquid immiscibility in young impact glasses
C Hamann, L Hecht, D Schultze, M Ebert, WU Reimold, R Wirth
LPICo 77 (1800), 5222, 2014
12014
High-Speed Optical Tracking of Individual Ejecta Particles from Hypervelocity Impacts
M Gulde, L Kortmann, E Watson, M Ebert, F Schäfer
LPI, 1925, 2017
2017
Simulation of Short-Term High-Temperature Impact Processes by Using a High-Energy Laser Beam
M Ebert, L Hecht, C Hamann
LPICo 79 (1921), 6382, 2016
2016
Structural and erosive Effects of Lightning on Sandstone: An Experimental Investigation
H Haddad, M Ebert, T Kenkmann, K Thoma, S Nau, F Schäfer
EGUGA, EPSC2016-15451, 2016
2016
Bridging the Gap Between Laboratory and Nature: Geochemical Clues from Experimental Approaches
M Ebert, C Hamann, L Hecht, A Deutsch, T Kenkmann
LPICo 1861, 1055, 2015
2015
Tem Characterization of Stishovite in a Low-Pressure Shock Experiment on Porous Sandstone
U Mansfeld, F Langenhorst, M Ebert, D Harries, WU Reimold
LPICo 1861, 1075, 2015
2015
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