Stabilization of S3O4 at High Pressure-Implications for the Sulfur Excess Paradox

@inproceedings{Liu2020StabilizationOS,
  title={Stabilization of S3O4 at High Pressure-Implications for the Sulfur Excess Paradox},
  author={Siyu Liu and Jian Lv and Pengyue Gao and Andreas Hermann and Guochun Yang and Yanchao Wang and Yanming Ma},
  year={2020}
}
  • Siyu Liu, Jian Lv, +4 authors Yanming Ma
  • Published 29 December 2020
  • Chemistry, Physics
The geological conundrum of “sulfur excess” refers to the finding that predicted amounts of sulfur, in the form of SO2, discharged in volcanic eruptions much exceeds the sulfur available for degassing from the erupted magma. Exploring the source of the excess sulfur has been the subject of considerable interest. Here, from a systematic computational investigation of sulfur oxygen compounds under pressure, a hitherto unknown S3O4 compound containing a mixture of sulfur oxidation states +II and… Expand

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