Pressure-Induced Structural Phase Transition and Metallization of CrCl3 under Different Hydrostatic Environments up to 50.0 GPa.

  title={Pressure-Induced Structural Phase Transition and Metallization of CrCl3 under Different Hydrostatic Environments up to 50.0 GPa.},
  author={Meiling Hong and Lidong Dai and Haiying Hu and Xinyu Zhang and Chuang Li and Yu He},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
High-pressure structural, vibrational, and electrical transport properties of CrCl3 were investigated by means of Raman spectroscopy, electrical conductivity, and high-resolution transmission electron microscopy under different hydrostatic environments using the diamond anvil cell in conjunction with the first-principles theoretical calculations up to 50.0 GPa. The isostructural phase transition of CrCl3 occurred at 9.9 GPa under nonhydrostatic conditions. As pressure was increased up to 29.8… 

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