His primary areas of investigation include Raman spectroscopy, Crystallography, X-ray crystallography, Mineralogy and Nitride. His studies in Raman spectroscopy integrate themes in fields like Deuterium, Molecular physics, Phonon and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His X-ray crystallography study combines topics in areas such as Crystal structure and Analytical chemistry.
The various areas that Eugene Gregoryanz examines in his Mineralogy study include Inner core and Core. His Nitride research overlaps with Bulk modulus, Platinum, Diamond, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods and Intercalation. The Bulk modulus study combines topics in areas such as Stoichiometry and Interstitial defect.
Eugene Gregoryanz focuses on Raman spectroscopy, Crystallography, Condensed matter physics, Analytical chemistry and X-ray crystallography. His Raman spectroscopy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Deuterium, Phase diagram, Molecular physics, Solid hydrogen and Phonon. The concepts of his Crystallography study are interwoven with issues in Bulk modulus and Diffraction.
His Metallic hydrogen research extends to the thematically linked field of Condensed matter physics. In his research, Physical chemistry is intimately related to Hydride, which falls under the overarching field of Analytical chemistry. Eugene Gregoryanz has included themes like Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Equation of state and Crystal structure in his X-ray crystallography study.
His primary areas of investigation include Raman spectroscopy, Crystallography, Diffraction, Deuterium and Solid hydrogen. In his work, Eugene Gregoryanz performs multidisciplinary research in Raman spectroscopy and Sulfur. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ionic bonding, Ionization, Lattice and Phase diagram.
Eugene Gregoryanz has researched Diffraction in several fields, including Hydride, Ab initio molecular dynamics, Polyamorphism, Physical chemistry and Synchrotron. His Deuterium research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Diamond anvil cell, Thermocouple and Metrology. His Solid hydrogen research includes elements of Molecular dissociation and Condensed matter physics.
Eugene Gregoryanz focuses on Raman spectroscopy, Deuterium, Solid hydrogen, Condensed matter physics and Angular momentum. His Raman spectroscopy research includes themes of Phase transition, Molecular symmetry, Crystal structure, Diffraction and Molar volume. His study in Deuterium is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phonon, Anharmonicity and Polarization.
His study brings together the fields of Metallic hydrogen and Condensed matter physics. His Metallic hydrogen research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecular dissociation, Hydrogen molecule and Band gap. Angular momentum is integrated with Molecular physics and Harmonic oscillator in his study.
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Synthesis and characterization of a binary noble metal nitride.
Eugene Gregoryanz;Eugene Gregoryanz;Chrystele Sanloup;M. Somayazulu;James Badro.
Nature Materials (2004)
Synthesis of novel transition metal nitrides IrN2 and OsN2.
Andrea F. Young;Andrea F. Young;Chrystele Sanloup;Eugene Gregoryanz;Eugene Gregoryanz;Sandro Scandolo;Sandro Scandolo.
Physical Review Letters (2006)
Semiconducting non-molecular nitrogen up to 240 GPa and its low-pressure stability
Mikhail I. Eremets;Russell J. Hemley;Ho-kwang Mao;Eugene Gregoryanz.
Cold melting and solid structures of dense lithium
Christophe L. Guillaume;Eugene Gregoryanz;Olga Degtyareva;Malcolm I. McMahon.
Nature Physics (2011)
Optical evidence for a nonmolecular phase of nitrogen above 150 GPa
Alexander F. Goncharov;Eugene Gregoryanz;Ho-kwang Mao;Zhenxian Liu.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
Mixed molecular and atomic phase of dense hydrogen.
Ross T. Howie;Christophe L. Guillaume;Thomas Scheler;Alexander F. Goncharov.
Physical Review Letters (2012)
Effect of light elements on the sound velocities in solid iron: Implications for the composition of Earth's core
James Badro;James Badro;Guillaume Fiquet;Guillaume Fiquet;François Guyot;François Guyot;Eugene Gregoryanz;Eugene Gregoryanz.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2007)
Melting of dense sodium.
Eugene Gregoryanz;Olga Degtyareva;Maddury Somayazulu;Russell J. Hemley.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
High-pressure Raman spectroscopy of graphene
John E. Proctor;Eugene Gregoryanz;Konstantin S. Novoselov;Mustafa Lotya.
Physical Review B (2009)
Evidence for a new phase of dense hydrogen above 325 gigapascals
Philip Dalladay-Simpson;Ross T. Howie;Eugene Gregoryanz;Eugene Gregoryanz.
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