Publications

This page gathers all our member's publications under the name "i2-HMR",

published in peer-reviewed international journals.

Papers are listed : from newer to older.

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Forthcoming papers ...

We work hard for that (a real ants work).


Several papers to come (in preparation) :

i) experimental results (soon),
ii) large review papers of the literature.

We have several experimental collaborations currently underway : see Collaborations. Some preliminary accounts have been presented in Conferences (MH-2014, MH-2016, MH-2018) : see Events.

# 3 : 2021

First-principles study of the atomic volume of Hydrogen in Palladium
S.S. Setayandeh, T. Gould, A. Vaez, K. McLennan, N. Armanet and E. Gray
just accepted as a regular paper in JALCOM on : January 9th, 2021.
Details :
- JALCOM link : https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0925838821001201
- Additional thanks (in the Acknowledgements section) can be found in the section Y.3) in this page.
- Some cited references in our paper are difficult to find ; this problem is solved in the section X.2.b) in this page.
 

# 2 : 2021

High pressure synthesis and thermodynamic stability of PdH(1+/-epsilon) to 8 GPa

Z.M. Geballe, M. Somayazulu, N. Armanet, A.K. Mishra, M. Ahart, R.J. Hemley
just accepted as a regular paper in PRB on : January 6th, 2021.
Details :
- PRB link : https://journals.aps.org/prb/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevB.103.024515
- Additional thanks (in the Acknowledgements section) can be found in the section Y.2) in this page.
- Some cited references in our paper are difficult to find ; this problem is solved in the section X.2.a) in this page.

# 1 : 2016

extracted from the paper : JCMNS, 21 (2016) 26-39

Proton conductors : nanometric cavities, H2 precipitates under pressure, and Rydberg matter formation

François DE GUERVILLE
JCMNS, 21 (2016) 26-39
Click on the picture to see the paper.

 
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Our Institute was created just a few years ago ...

The kind of experimental investigations we are currently doing needs time before to be achieved and "transformed" into published papers.

The lack of funds and the fact that we don't have our own Lab, do not help too (we have research programs which desperately wait and that for years).

Therefore, the above photo illustrates perfectly the situation : we need time before to take off ; slowly but surely ;)

Photo by Vinicius Amano on Unsplash.

* : Photo by Viktor Smith from Pexels.

** : Photo by Daniel Jericó on Unsplash.