The metallization and superconductivity of dense hydrogen sulfide.

@article{Li2014TheMA,
  title={The metallization and superconductivity of dense hydrogen sulfide.},
  author={Yinwei Li and Jian Hao and Hanyu Liu and Yanling Li and Yanming Ma},
  journal={The Journal of chemical physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={140 17},
  pages={
          174712
        }
}
  • Yinwei Li, J. Hao, +2 authors Y. Ma
  • Published 2014
  • Chemistry, Physics, Medicine
  • The Journal of chemical physics
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a prototype molecular system and a sister molecule of water (H2O). The phase diagram of solid H2S at high pressures remains largely unexplored arising from the challenges in dealing with the pressure-induced weakening of S-H bond and larger atomic core difference between H and S. Metallization is yet achieved for H2O, but it was observed for H2S above 96 GPa. However, the metallic structure of H2S remains elusive, greatly impeding the understanding of its metallicity… Expand
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