2008 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
1994 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For studies advancing both the high pressure limit and the range of techniques applicable to diamond anvil cell investigations
1993 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1986 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Diffraction, Mineralogy, Crystallography, Analytical chemistry and X-ray crystallography are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Single crystal, Thermodynamics, Lattice, Condensed matter physics and Synchrotron as well as Diffraction. Ho-kwang Mao combines subjects such as Silicate, Perovskite and Post-perovskite, Mantle with his study of Mineralogy.
His study in Crystallography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Graphite, Carbon and Molar volume. His Analytical chemistry research incorporates themes from Diamond anvil cell, Phase, Crystal structure and Calibration. His work carried out in the field of Raman spectroscopy brings together such families of science as Chemical physics, Hydrogen, Phase transition, Spectroscopy and Infrared spectroscopy.
His primary scientific interests are in Condensed matter physics, Diffraction, Crystallography, Analytical chemistry and Phase. His Condensed matter physics research integrates issues from Scattering and Anisotropy. Ho-kwang Mao interconnects Synchrotron and Bulk modulus, Thermodynamics in the investigation of issues within Diffraction.
His research investigates the connection with Analytical chemistry and areas like Mineralogy which intersect with concerns in Mantle. His Phase research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Orthorhombic crystal system and Chemical physics. His Diamond anvil cell research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Diamond and Synchrotron radiation.
Ho-kwang Mao mostly deals with Condensed matter physics, Phase, Chemical physics, Superconductivity and Crystallography. His Condensed matter physics study combines topics in areas such as Semiconductor, Electron and Diffraction. His research on Chemical physics also deals with topics like
His Raman spectroscopy study is concerned with Analytical chemistry in general. His work deals with themes such as Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Polymerization and Molecular orbital, which intersect with Crystallography. His research investigates the connection between Phase transition and topics such as Crystal structure that intersect with problems in Mineralogy.
Hydrogen, Condensed matter physics, Phase, Raman spectroscopy and Superconductivity are his primary areas of study. Ho-kwang Mao works mostly in the field of Condensed matter physics, limiting it down to topics relating to Metallic hydrogen and, in certain cases, Metallic alloy. His Phase research includes elements of Phase transition, Neutron diffraction, Crystal structure, Mineral and Diffusion.
His research integrates issues of Crystallography, Single crystal, Nitrogen, Hall effect and Synchrotron in his study of Raman spectroscopy. Ho-kwang Mao has included themes like Drop, Diamond anvil cell, Diffraction, Magnetic susceptibility and Molecular physics in his Synchrotron study. The various areas that Ho-kwang Mao examines in his Mineralogy study include Slab, Aluminosilicate and Analytical chemistry.
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Calibration of the ruby pressure gauge to 800 kbar under quasi‐hydrostatic conditions
Ho-kwang Mao;J. Xu;Peter M. Bell.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1986)
Specific volume measurements of Cu, Mo, Pd, and Ag and calibration of the ruby R1 fluorescence pressure gauge from 0.06 to 1 Mbar
H. K. Mao;P. M. Bell;J. W. Shaner;D. J. Steinberg.
Journal of Applied Physics (1978)
Hydrogen clusters in clathrate hydrate.
Wendy L. Mao;Ho-kwang Mao;Alexander F. Goncharov;Viktor V. Struzhkin.
Coesite-bearing eclogite from the Dabie Mountains in central China
Xiaomin Wang;J. G. Liou;H. K. Mao.
Origin of morphotropic phase boundaries in ferroelectrics
Muhtar Ahart;Maddury Somayazulu;R. E. Cohen;P. Ganesh.
Ultrahigh-pressure transitions in solid hydrogen
Ho-kwang Mao;Russell J. Hemley.
Reviews of Modern Physics (1994)
Pressure-induced amorphization of crystalline silica
R. J. Hemley;A. P. Jephcoat;H. K. Mao;L. C. Ming.
Bonding Changes in Compressed Superhard Graphite
Wendy L. Mao;Wendy L. Mao;Ho-kwang Mao;Ho-kwang Mao;Peter J. Eng;Thomas P. Trainor;Thomas P. Trainor.
Synthesis and characterization of a binary noble metal nitride.
Eugene Gregoryanz;Eugene Gregoryanz;Chrystele Sanloup;M. Somayazulu;James Badro.
Nature Materials (2004)
High-pressure x-ray diffraction of SiO 2 glass
Charles Meade;R. J. Hemley;H. K. Mao.
Physical Review Letters (1992)
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