Krypton oxides under pressure

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Patryk Zaleski-Ejgierd; Pawel M. Lata;

Under high pressure, krypton, one of the most inert elements is predicted to become sufficiently reactive to form a new class of krypton compounds; krypton oxides. Using modern ab-initio evolutionary algorithms in combination with Density Functional Theory, we predict t... View more
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