Science Highlights

Fleet, M.E., Liu, X. and Liu, X. (2011). Orientation of channel carbonate ions in apatite: effect of pressure and composition. American Mineralogist 96, 1148-1157.

Zhai S., Xue W., Lin C., Wu X., Ito E. (2011). Raman spectra and X-ray diffraction of tuite at various temperatures. Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 38, 639-646.

Liu, X., He, Q., Deng, L., Zhai, S., Hu, X., Li, B., Zhang, L., Chen, Z., Liu, Q. (2011). Equation of state of CAS phase to pressure of the uppermost lower mantle at ambient temperature. Science China D: Earth Sciences54, 1394-1399.

Zhai S., Xue W., Yamazaki D., Shan S., Ito E., Tomioka N., Shimojuku A., and Funakoshi K.(2011). Compressibility of strontium orthophosphate Sr3(PO4)2 at high pressure.Physics and Chemistry of Minerals.38, 357-361.

Liu, X., Fleet, M.E., Shieh, S.R. and He, Q. (2011). Synthetic lead bromapatite: X-ray structure at ambient pressure and compressibility up to about 20 GPa. Physics and Chemistry of Minerals. 38, 397-406.

Wei Liu, Matthew L. Whitaker, Qiong Liu, Liping Wang, Norimasa Nishiyama, Yanbin Wang, Atsushi Kubo, Thomas S. Duffy and Baosheng Li (2011). Thermal equation of state of CaIrO3 post-perovskite. Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 38, 407-417.

Wang SX, Zheng HF. (2011) Research on the Experiment of Hydrogen Isotope Fractionation Using Diamond Anvil Call and Raman Spectra. SPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL ANALYSIS 31, 691-695.

Liu, X., Liu, W., He, Q., Deng, L., Wang, H., He, D., Li, B. (2011). Isotropic thermal expansivity and anisotropic compressibility of ReB2. Chinese Physics Letters 28, 036401.

Gu T T, Wu X, Qin S, and Dubrovinsky L (2011): In situ high-pressure study of FeP: Implications for planetary cores, Physics of Earth and Planetary Interiors, 184, 154-159.

Wu X, Qin S, and Dubrovinsky L (2011): Investigation into high-pressure behaviour of MnTiO3: X-ray diffraction and Raman spectroscopy with diamond anvil cells, Geoscience Frontiers, 2, 107-114.

 

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