Six-fold coordinated carbon dioxide VI.


Under standard conditions, carbon dioxide (CO2) is a simple molecular gas and an important atmospheric constituent, whereas silicon dioxide (SiO2) is a covalent solid, and one of the fundamental minerals of the planet. The remarkable dissimilarity between these two group IV oxides is diminished at higher pressures and temperatures as CO2 transforms to a… (More)


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@article{Iota2007SixfoldCC, title={Six-fold coordinated carbon dioxide VI.}, author={Valentin Iota and Choong-Shik Yoo and Jae-Hyun Park Klepeis and Zsolt Jenei and William J Evans and Hyunchae Cynn}, journal={Nature materials}, year={2007}, volume={6 1}, pages={34-8} }