Protonic Diffusion in High-Pressure Ice VII

  title={Protonic Diffusion in High-Pressure Ice VII},
  author={E. Katoh and H. Yamawaki and H. Fujihisa and M. Sakashita and K. Aoki},
  pages={1264 - 1266}
  • E. Katoh, H. Yamawaki, +2 authors K. Aoki
  • Published 2002
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Science
  • Near ambient pressures, molecular diffusion dominates protonic diffusion in ice. Theoretical studies have predicted that protonic diffusion will dominate at high pressures in ice. We measured the protonic diffusion coefficient for the highest temperature molecular phase of ice VII at 400 kelvin over its entire stable pressure region. The values ranged from 10−17 to 10−15 square meters per second at pressures of 10 to 63 gigapascals. The diffusion coefficients extrapolated to high temperatures… CONTINUE READING
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