Author Correction: Electrical Conductivity Distribution in Detonating Benzotrifuroxane

The Original Article was published on 25 June 2018

Correction to: Scientific Reports, published online 25 June 2018

This Article contains errors in Figure 8; the scale for the distribution of the electrical conductivity of the triaminotrinitrobenzene based explosive (TATB) is incorrect. The correct Figure 8 appears below as Figure 1.

Figure 1

Electrical conductivity profiles in detonating dense explosives: RDX (ρ = 1.74 g/cm3), TATB (ρ = 1.8 g/cm3), BTF (ρ = 1.9 g/cm3).

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Correspondence to Nataliya Satonkina.

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Satonkina, N., Ershov, A., Kashkarov, A. et al. Author Correction: Electrical Conductivity Distribution in Detonating Benzotrifuroxane. Sci Rep 8, 11788 (2018).

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