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  1. The high-pressure behavior of germanates is of interest as these compounds serve as analogs for silicates of the deep Earth. Current theoretical and experimental studies of iron germanate, FeGeO 3, are limited. Here in this paper, we have examined the behavior of FeGeO 3 to 127 GPa using the laser-heated diamond anvil cell combined with in situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction. Upon compression at room temperature, the ambient-pressure clinopyroxene phase transforms to a disordered triclinic phase [FeGeO 3 (II)] at ~ 18 GPa in agreement with earlier studies. An additional phase transition to FeGeO 3 (III) occurs above 54 GPa atmore » room temperature. Laser-heating experiments (~ 1200–2200 K) were conducted at three pressures (33, 54, and 123 GPa) chosen to cover the stability regions of different GeO 2 polymorphs. In all cases, we observe that FeGeO 3 dissociates into GeO 2 + FeO at high pressure and temperature conditions. Neither the perovskite nor the post-perovskite phase was observed up to 127 GPa at ambient or high temperatures. The results are consistent with the behavior of FeSiO 3, which also dissociates into a mixture of the oxides (FeO + SiO 2) at least up to 149 GPa.« less

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