Physicist Amy Lazicki and her colleagues, who studied the response of substances to different degrees of pressure, exposed diamonds to high pressure using powerful laser beams at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, California, at the laser-based National Ignition Facility. As a result of the research, it was observed that the diamond kept its structure at high pressure. Scientists say the study could be instrumental in studying the structure of carbon-rich planets.
It was a fact that the diamond preserved its structure even at low pressures, in previous studies by scientists. Diamond, thanks to the strong chemical bonds that hold the carbon atoms together, can withstand low pressure and does not turn into graphite, another carbon variable. ” The same seems to be the case with much higher pressure,” explains Amy Lazicki.
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