Blogging a crystal structure a day in 2014


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Ice III Ice III in Ganymede
Silicate perovskite What is our planet made out of? (5) Silicate perovskite
Magnesiowüstite What is our planet made out of? (6) Magnesiowüstite
Xenon-water compound Impossible chemistry: making the unreactive react
Boron nitride Superhard and superstrong – cubic Boron Nitride
Silicate post-perovskite What is our planet made out of? (7) Silicate Post-perovskite
Carbon dioxide Solid carbon dioxide
HgBaCaCuO How high is high for a high-temperature superconductor? – HgBaCaCuO
Bridgmanite What’s in a name? – Bridgmanite
Iron hydride (fcc) Finding hydrogen – where does it sit in fcc Iron hydride
Ice XV The most recently discovered ice structure – Ice XV
Cerium gold silicide Phase Under Pressure – Cerium gold silicide
Oxygen The crystal structure rainbow – Red Oxygen
Ice X Ice X – The extreme form of ice
Iron (hcp) What is our planet made out of? (8) Hcp Iron
Stishovite Sign of an impact – Stishovite
Hydrogen The chemical bond is stronger than we could have imagined
Wadsleyite What is our planet made out of? (3) Wadsleyite
Methane A Methane under pressure – the structure of Methane A
Ice II Ice, but in a better state of order - Ice II
Zinc cyanide The beauty within – Zinc cyanide
Methane B Methane under pressure – the strange coincidence of methane B
Barium IV Elements Under Pressure: Barium
Ice VI Square snowflakes – the structure of Ice VI
Ringwoodite What is our planet made out of? (4) Ringwoodite