The O-O Bonding and Hydrogen Storage in the Pyrite-type PtO2

Huawei Chen, Shuxiang Zhou, Dane Morgan, Vitali Prakapenka, Eran Greenberg, Kurt Leinenweber, Sang-Heon Shim

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We have synthesized pyrite-type PtO2 (py-PtO2) at 50-60 GPa and successfully recovered it at 1 bar. The observed O-O stretching vibration in Raman spectra provides direct evidence for inter-oxygen bonding in the structure. We also identified the O-H vibrations in py-PtO2 synthesized from the low-temperature areas, indicating hydrogenation, py-PtO2Hx (x ≤ 1). Diffraction patterns are consistent with a range of degrees of hydrogenation controlled by temperature. We found that py-PtO2 has a high bulk modulus, 314 ± 4 GPa. The chemical behaviors found in py-PtO2 have implications for the hydrogen storage in materials with anion-anion bonding, and the geochemistry of oxygen, hydrogen, and transition metals in the deep planetary interiors.

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JournalInorganic Chemistry
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pyrites
hydrogen
Hydrogenation
hydrogenation
Anions
Oxygen
anions
vibration
Geochemistry
oxygen
geochemistry
bulk modulus
metals
Diffraction patterns
Stretching
Transition metals
Raman scattering
Hydrogen
diffraction patterns

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The O-O Bonding and Hydrogen Storage in the Pyrite-type PtO2. / Chen, Huawei; Zhou, Shuxiang; Morgan, Dane; Prakapenka, Vitali; Greenberg, Eran; Leinenweber, Kurt; Shim, Sang-Heon.

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Chen, Huawei ; Zhou, Shuxiang ; Morgan, Dane ; Prakapenka, Vitali ; Greenberg, Eran ; Leinenweber, Kurt ; Shim, Sang-Heon. / The O-O Bonding and Hydrogen Storage in the Pyrite-type PtO2. In: Inorganic Chemistry. 2019.
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