The high pressure behaviour of glassy carbon
Carbon is the fourth most abundant element in the universe, commonly found in stars, comets, and the atmosphere of most planets. On Earth it is found in the soil, oceans, atmosphere, planetary interior, and it is the major constituent of all organic matter. There are two well-known naturally occurring pure carbon structures, graphite and diamond. By subjecting graphite to high pressure and high temperature it is possible to transform ...[Show more]
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