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Understanding High Pressure Barium Structures

Author: Jonathan Agbenyega, ChemistryViews

01 March 2017 – The structural model used has a great influence on the interpretation of high-pressure induced phenomenon

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Driving the Earth’s Magnetic Field


23 February 2017 – Silicon dioxide crystalization at the Earth’s core powers its magnetic field

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First Stable Helium Compound

Author: Marek Czykanski

11 February 2017 – Sodium and helium form a salt-like crystal under high pressure

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First Bose-Einstein Condensate in Space


25 January 2017 – Bose-Einstein condensate produced in space and used for interferometry experiments

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All-soft Electrical Conductors

Author: Georg R. Meseck

12 January 2017 – Simple method to make all-soft liquid metal sponges with high electrical conductivity and flexibility

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3D Micromaterials with Programmable Chemistries

Author: Georg R. Meseck

05 January 2017 – Two-photon crosslinking is used to microprint soft materials with orthogonal functionalities

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Happy New Year


01 January 2017 – We wish you all the best for a peaceful, healthy and successful 2017

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Chemistry Advent Calendar 2016


24 December 2016 – Check today's flask for the next chemistry highlight - the last for this year

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Synthesis of Si3H4


23 December 2016 – Elusive chemical species synthesized using crossed molecular beam machine

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Third Natural Quasicrystal Discovered

Author: Marek Czykanski

17 December 2016 – Previously unknown natural quasicrystal probably originates from meteorite collision in space

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