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  • Illustrations of two compounds made from phosphorus atoms (orange) and hydrogen atoms (white). Such compounds are potential superconductors, and may form when phosphine is squeezed under extremely high pressures, according to University at Buffalo chemists who predicted the compounds' structures using XtalOpt, an open-source computer program created at UB.
    Credit: Tyson Terpstra
    Illustrations of two compounds made from phosphorus atoms (orange) and hydrogen atoms (white). Such compounds are potential superconductors, and may form when phosphine is squeezed under extremely high pressures, according to University at Buffalo chemists who predicted the compounds' structures using XtalOpt, an open-source computer program created at UB.
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