Behavior and Properties of Sulfur at Pressures of 300 Kbar And Higher
It has been recognized for a long time by most theorists that if covalently bonded elements and Compounds are compressed sufficiently their bonding electron systems become unstable and transform over to arrangements with a metallic character resulting from free electrons.
KeywordsTungsten Wire Gold Foil Metallic Character Pressure Apparatus Cement Tungsten Carbide
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