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Molecular Anvils Trigger Chemical Reactions by Squeezing

News   Feb 22, 2018 | Original Story from SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.

 
Molecular Anvils Trigger Chemical Reactions by Squeezing

Illustration of a diamond anvil cell, where samples can be compressed to very high pressures between the flattened tips of two diamonds. Credit: Argonne National Laboratory, Greg Stewart/SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.

 
 
 

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