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Q: How does hydrogen turn into a metal? A: Hang on a second, I need to train my AI supercomputer first

Mike 137 Silver badge

Another possible niggle

High pressure and high temperature are typically mutually antagonistic to maintaining the solid state of matter. Is this really a "metal" state as normally interpreted, or is "metal" being used more loosely on the basis of the conductivity phenomenon?

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