Static compression of H2O-ice to 128 GPa (1.28 Mbar)

@article{Hemley1987StaticCO,
  title={Static compression of H2O-ice to 128 GPa (1.28 Mbar)},
  author={R. Hemley and A. Jephcoat and H. Mao and C. Zha and L. Finger and D. Cox},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1987},
  volume={330},
  pages={737-740}
}
  • R. Hemley, A. Jephcoat, +3 authors D. Cox
  • Published 1987
  • Materials Science
  • Nature
  • The high-pressure behaviour of H2O is of fundamental importance in both condensed matter and planetary physics1,2. The hydrogen bonding in this system gives rise to a variety of phases at low pressures and temperatures (that is, <2 GPa and <300 K), including the recently discovered high-density amorphous phases3. Structural and equation-of-state4,5 and spectroscopic6–8 studies have been carried out in the 30–50 GPa range on the dense ices (ice VII and VIII), but no data are available on the… CONTINUE READING
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