Electrical conductivity of xenon at megabar pressures

@article{Eremets2000ElectricalCO,
  title={Electrical conductivity of xenon at megabar pressures},
  author={Eremets and Gregoryanz and Struzhkin and Mao and Hemley and Mulders and Zimmerman},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2000},
  volume={85 13},
  pages={
          2797-800
        }
}
The electrical transport properties of solid xenon were directly measured at pressures up to 155 GPa and temperatures from 300 K to 27 mK. The temperature dependence of resistance changed from semiconducting to metallic at pressures between 121 and 138 GPa, revealing direct proof of metallization of a rare-gas solid by electrical transport measurements. Anomalies in the conductivity are observed at low temperatures in the vicinity of the transition such that purely metallic behavior is observed… Expand
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