II. Chemical and Material Extremes
GOAL: To advance our understanding of extreme chemical and physical properties, including novel structure and bonding at high densities, extreme chemical reactivity, and exotic physical properties such as very high-temperature superconductivity and novel dielectric and magnetic phenomena.
REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS: Heading link
1634. Klein, R. A., J. P. S. Walsh, S. M. Clarke, Z. Liu, E. E. Alp, W. Bi, Y. Meng, A. B. Altman, P. Chow, Y. Xiao, M. R. Norman, J. M. Rondinelli, S. D. Jacobsen, D. Puggioni and D. E. Freedman, Pressure-Induced Collapse of Magnetic Order in Jarosite. Physical Review Letters 125, 077202 (2020). OSTI ID 1650655]
1691. Wang, X., T. Bi, K. P. Hilleke, A. Lamichhane, R. J. Hemley and E. Zurek, Dilute carbon in H3S under pressure. NPJ Computational Materials 8, 87 (2022). [OSTI ID 1865713]
1707. Tamerius, A. D., A. B. Altman, M. J. Waters, E. A. Riesel, C. D. Malliakas, M .L. Whitaker, T. Yu, G. Fabbris, Y. Meng, D. Haskel, Y. Wang, S. D. Jacobsen, J. M. Rondinelli, and D. E. Freedman, Synthesis of the candidate topological compound Ni3Pb2. Journal of the American Chemical Society 144, 11943-11948 (2022).
1711. Sun, Y., L. Zhao, C. J. Pickard, R. J. Hemley, Y. Zheng and M. Miao, Chemical interactions that govern the structures of metals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 120, e2218405120 (2023). [OSTI ID 1925232]
1713. Hilleke, K. P. and E. Zurek, Chemistry at High Pressure. In Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry III; Theory and Bonding of Inorganic Non-Molecular Systems. Frederickson, D. C., J. Reedijk, and K. R. Poeppelmeier, Eds. Elsevier (2023). [OSTI ID 1968603]