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Exploring metallization and superconductivity in elements and simple molecular systems at megabar pressures

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We have developed high-pressure electrical transport methods and have applied them at record pressures of 260 GPa and at temperatures down to the millikelvin range. These experiments have been crucial for studies of metallization and the search for superconductivity in a number of elemental and simple compounds. We will discuss recent results on various low-Z materials, including lithium, boron, nitrogen, hydrogen, and light hydrides at megabar pressures.

This talk is part of the Quantum Matter Seminar series.

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