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Maybe it's CO2-V, the polymer of CO2, created over 33 GPa and 1700 K:...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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So far, once CO2-V has been created at high pressures and temperatures, it retains its structure at room temperature but only at pressures above 1 gigapascal. Below that pressure it collapses and is no longer a polymer.