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Earthly Rocks Point Way to Water Hidden on Mars

Earthly Rocks Point Way to Water Hidden on Mars

Earthly Rocks Point Way to Water Hidden on Mars: An iron-rich mineral species that was debunked in the 1920s turns out to be extremely common on Earth, suggesting the existence of a substantial water reservoir on Mars, according to studies at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Photon Source. Funded by NSF EAR Geochemistry and Geobiology.

A large enhancement of ionic conductivity in SrCoO2.5 controlled by isostructural phase transition and negative linear compressibility

A large enhancement of ionic conductivity in SrCoO2.5 controlled by isostructural phase transition and negative linear compressibility

Bihan Wang, Nana Li, Yongsheng Zhao, Xuqiang Liu, Mingtao Li, Qian Zhang, Haini Dong, Yu He, Dongzhou Zhang, Yonggang Wang, Gang Liu, Youwen Long, and Wenge Yang
, “A large enhancement of ionic conductivity in SrCoO2.5 controlled by isostructural phase transition and negative linear compressibility”, Applied Physics Letters 119, 043902 (2021)

High-pressure study of the low-Z rich superconductor Be22Re

High-pressure study of the low-Z rich superconductor Be22Re

J. Lim, A. C. Hire, Y. Quan, J. Kim, L. Fanfarillo, S. R. Xie, R. S. Kumar, C. Park, R. J. Hemley, Y. K. Vohra, R. G. Hennig, P. J. Hirschfeld, G. R. Stewart, and J. J Hamlin,
High-pressure study of the low-Z rich superconductor Be22Re,
Phys. Rev. B 104, 064505, DOI 10.1103/PhysRevB.104.064505