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ACS Central Science
Recent advances in high-pressure techniques offer chemists access to vast regions of uncharted synthetic phase space, expanding our experimental reach to pressures comparable to the core of the Earth. These newfound capabilities enable us to revisit simple binary systems in search of compounds that for decades have remained elusive. The most tantalizing of these targets are systems in which the two elements in question do not interact even as molten liquids-so-called immiscible systems. As adoi:10.1021/acscentsci.6b00287 pmid:27924316 pmcid:PMC5126710 fatcat:6fvttzklyjfrxjrv6yu4tzyozm