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Matter at Extreme States
“Superdiamond” Carbon-Boron Cages Can Trap And Tap Into Different Properties
Carbon-boron clathrate cage with strontium inside, courtesy Tim Strobel

Washington, DC— A long-sought-after class of “superdiamond” carbon-based materials with tunable mechanical and electronic properti

GL @ AGU 2018

The AGU Fall Meeting 2018 took place in Washington, DC from December 10-14.  Many staff members and postdoctoral associates from the Geophysical Laboratory attended.  

We posted live updates on each day's science presentations here, and on FacebookTwitterYouTubeand Instagram.