Home

About

Advanced Search

Browse by Discipline

Scientific Societies

E-print Alerts

Add E-prints

E-print Network
FAQHELPSITE MAPCONTACT US


  Advanced Search  

 
HIGH RESOLUTION AND RESONANCE SCATTERING ESRF HIGHLIGHTS 2004
 

Summary: HIGH RESOLUTION AND RESONANCE SCATTERING
18
ESRF HIGHLIGHTS 2004
alignment of the c-axis of the iron crystallites along the
Earth's rotation axis, in an otherwise randomly oriented
medium, can alone qualitatively explain compressional
travel time anomalies observed in Earth's inner core.
References
[1] H.K. Mao et al., Nature 396, 741-743 (1998);
correction, Nature 399, 280 (1999).
[2] G. Steinle-Neumann et al.,Phys. Rev. B 60, 791
(1999).
Principal publications and authors
D. Antonangeli (a), M. Krisch (a), G. Fiquet (b), D.L.
Farber (c), C.M. Aracne (c), J. Badro (b,c), F. Occelli (c),
H. Requardt (a), Phys. Rev. Lett, 93, 215505 (2004); D.
Antonangeli (a), F. Occelli (a), H. Requardt (a), J. Badro
(b), G. Fiquet (b), M. Krisch (a), Earth Planet. Sci. Lett.,
225, 243-251 (2004).
(a) ESRF

  

Source: Alfè, Dario - Departments of Earth Sciences & Physics and Astronomy, University College London

 

Collections: Physics; Geosciences