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grl25289-sup-0002-ts01.txtplain text document1KTable S1. Shock equations of state parameters used for impedance match solution for peak pressure.
grl25289-sup-0003-ts02.txtplain text document1KTable S2. Details and fitted values for each experiment.
grl25289-sup-0004-ts03.txtplain text document2KTable S3. Peak and post-shock temperature fits for each wavelength.
grl25289-sup-0005-ts04.txtplain text document1KTable S4. Pressure criteria for shock-induced melting.
grl25289-sup-0006-ts05.txtplain text document3KTable S5. Pressure criteria for shock-induced vaporization.
grl25289-sup-0007-fs01.epsPS document755KFigure S1. Plan view of experimental schematic for simultaneous pyrometry and VISAR measurements on the Harvard 40-mm gun.
grl25289-sup-0008-fs02.epsPS document899KFigure S2. Near-infrared thermal emission data from H2O ice shocked to 8.2 GPa.
grl25289-sup-0009-fs03.epsPS document963KFigure S3. Near-infrared thermal emission data from H2O ice shocked to 9.7 GPa.
grl25289-sup-0010-fs04.epsPS document900KFigure S4. Near-infrared thermal emission data from H2O ice shocked to 10.6 GPa.
grl25289-sup-0011-fs05.epsPS document913KFigure S5. Near-infrared thermal emission data from H2O ice shocked to 13.6 GPa.
grl25289-sup-0012-fs06.epsPS document938KFigure S6. Comparison of peak and post-shock temperature data to a previously published model EOS for H2O ice.
grl25289-sup-0013-fs07.epsPS document1057KFigure S7. Peak shock temperature measurements on liquid water and the 293 K Hugoniot from the 5-Phase H2O model equation of state.

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