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Working out what happens in the extreme conditions at the centre of the Earth is not easy. A calculation of the properties of iron under such conditions helps to explain seismic observations of the.

In work that promises to advance understanding about the origin and dynamics of Earth’s iron-rich inner core and the generation of the planet’s magnetic field, a team that includes University of.

More recent quantum mechanical calculations using improved techniques, conducted with Gerd Steinle-Neumann at the Universität Bayreuth’s Bayerisches Geoinstitüt, confirmed the new experimental.

More recent quantum mechanical calculations using improved techniques, conducted with Gerd Steinle-Neumann at the Universität Bayreuth’s Bayerisches Geoinstitüt, confirmed the new experimental.

Steinle-Neumann and co-workers surveyed a number of those models and developed their own, simple model of inner-core structure, in which the hexagonal bases of the crystals tend to align with Earth’s.

More recent quantum mechanical calculations using improved techniques, conducted with Gerd Steinle-Neumann at the Universit?t Bayreuth?s Bayerisches Geoinstit?t, confirmed the new experimental.

In the work reported in Nature, graduate student Gerd Steinle-Neumann and Lars Stixrude, professor of geological sciences, from the U-M, Ronald Cohen from the Geophysical Laboratory of the Carnegie.

In work that promises to advance understanding about the origin and dynamics of Earth’s iron-rich inner core and the generation of the planet’s magnetic field, a team that includes University of.

More recent quantum mechanical calculations using improved techniques, conducted with Gerd Steinle-Neumann at the Universität Bayreuth’s Bayerisches Geoinstitüt, confirmed the new experimental.

Steinle-Neumann and co-workers surveyed a number of those models and developed their own, simple model of inner-core structure, in which the hexagonal bases of the crystals tend to align with Earth’s.

More recent quantum mechanical calculations using improved techniques, conducted with Gerd Steinle-Neumann at the Universität. (2003, December 15). Radioactive Potassium May Be Major Heat Source In.

Working out what happens in the extreme conditions at the centre of the Earth is not easy. A calculation of the properties of iron under such conditions helps to explain seismic observations of the.

In the work reported in Nature, graduate student Gerd Steinle-Neumann and Lars Stixrude, professor of geological sciences, from the U-M, Ronald Cohen from the Geophysical Laboratory of the Carnegie.

More recent quantum mechanical calculations using improved techniques, conducted with Gerd Steinle-Neumann at the Universität. (2003, December 15). Radioactive Potassium May Be Major Heat Source In.

More recent quantum mechanical calculations using improved techniques, conducted with Gerd Steinle-Neumann at the Universität Bayreuth’s Bayerisches Geoinstitüt, confirmed the new experimental.

More recent quantum mechanical calculations using improved techniques, conducted with Gerd Steinle-Neumann at the Universit?t Bayreuth?s Bayerisches Geoinstit?t, confirmed the new experimental.

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