Amorphous silica-like carbon dioxide

@article{Santoro2006AmorphousSC,
  title={Amorphous silica-like carbon dioxide},
  author={M. Santoro and F. Gorelli and R. Bini and G. Ruocco and S. Scandolo and W. Crichton},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2006},
  volume={441},
  pages={857-860}
}
  • M. Santoro, F. Gorelli, +3 authors W. Crichton
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Nature
  • Among the group IV elements, only carbon forms stable double bonds with oxygen at ambient conditions. At variance with silica and germania, the non-molecular single-bonded crystalline form of carbon dioxide, phase V, only exists at high pressure. The amorphous forms of silica (a-SiO2) and germania (a-GeO2) are well known at ambient conditions; however, the amorphous, non-molecular form of CO2 has so far been described only as a result of first-principles simulations. Here we report the… CONTINUE READING
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