Metallic Csl at pressures of up to 220 gigapascals

M. I. Eremets, K. Shimizu, T. C. Kobayashi, K. Amaya

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Abstract

Direct electrical transport measurements in a diamond anvil cell provide evidence for the metallization of cesium iodide (Csl) at a pressure of 115 gigapascals. A drop in the temperature dependence of the resistance was found at pressures above 180 gigapascals, indicating that the Csl was superconductive. The superconductivity changed under the influence of a magnetic field to a lower critical temperature and disappeared above 0.3 tesla. The highest critical temperature at which superconductivity was observed was 2 kelvin, and the critical temperature decreased with increasing pressure.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1333-1335
Number of pages3
JournalScience
Volume281
Issue number5381
Publication statusPublished - Aug 28 1998
Externally publishedYes

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    Eremets, M. I., Shimizu, K., Kobayashi, T. C., & Amaya, K. (1998). Metallic Csl at pressures of up to 220 gigapascals. Science, 281(5381), 1333-1335.