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Scientists predicted new uranium compounds possibly exhibiting superconductive properties

An international group of scientists with the participation of Russian researchers have predicted new uranium compounds, some of which may exhibit superconductive properties, the press service of the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech) informed on Monday.
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«Scientists from Russia, China, and the United States predicted and experimentally obtained new uranium hydrides, and also predicted superconductivity of some of them,» the message said.

A group of theorists led by Artem Oganov, a professor at Skoltech and MIPT, hypothesised that at pressures starting from 50 thousand atmospheres, existence of 14 new uranium hydrides become possible (only one such hydride has been known until recently — UH3), including those rich in hydrogen (for example, UH7 and UH8), for which scientists also predicted superconductivity.

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