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Experimental Techniques in Mineral and Rock Physics : The Schreiber Volume :  The Schreiber Volume - R. C. Liebermann

Experimental Techniques in Mineral and Rock Physics : The Schreiber Volume

The Schreiber Volume

By: R. C. Liebermann (Editor), C. H. Sondergeld (Editor)

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Published: April 1994
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Laboratory data for the physical minerals are critical in resolving many global geophysics. These experimental properties of rocks and fundamental problems of studies require careful and precise measurements under well-controlled and well-characterized conditions of pressure, temperature, oxygen fugacity, etc. Such experiments were the hallmark of the research career of Edward Schreiber. This volume is dedicated to his memory and contains papers which report state-of-the-art technological developments in the field of mineral and rock physics. Topics include papers on rocks and rock properties, acoustic studies of the elasticity and equation of state of minerals, diamond-anvil cell experiments, rheological investigations, and new advances in high-pressure calorimetry, diffusion, and pressure calibration techniques.

Introductionp. 209
Reflections on the career of Edward Schreiberp. 211
Publications of Edward Schreiberp. 215
Experimental simulation of plagioclase diagenesis at P-T conditions of 3.5 km burial depthp. 221
A new exploration tool: Quantitative core characterizationp. 249
Quasi-static poroelastic parameters in rock and their geophysical applicationsp. 269
Controls on sonic velocity in carbonatesp. 287
Accuracy in measurements and the temperature and volume dependence of thermoelastic parametersp. 327
A new ultrasonic interferometer for the determination of equation of state parameters of sub-millimeter single crystalsp. 341
Performance of the complete travel-time equation of state at simultaneous high pressure and temperaturep. 379
The elastic properties of single-crystal fayalite as determined by dynamical measurement techniquesp. 393
Effects of cation disordering in a natural MgAl[subscript 2]O[subscript 4] spinel observed by rectangular parallelepiped ultrasonic resonance and Raman measurementsp. 415
A high-pressure, high-temperature apparatus for studies of seismic wave dispersion and attenuationp. 445
Hot pressing of polycrystals of high-pressure phases of mantle minerals in multi-anvil apparatusp. 467
Hydrothermal studies in a new diamond anvil cell up to 10 GPa and from [actual symbol not reproducible]p. 487
Thermal analysis in the laser-heated diamond anvil cellp. 497
Deviatoric stress in a diamond anvil cell using synchrotron radiation with two diffraction geometriesp. 509
Improvements to Griggs-type apparatus for mechanical testing at high pressures and temperaturesp. 523
The strength and rheology of commercial tungsten carbide cermets used in high-pressure apparatusp. 545
The large volume multi-anvil press as a high P-T deformation apparatusp. 579
The use of sintered diamond anvils in the MA8 type high-pressure apparatusp. 601
Differential scanning calorimetry in a piston-cylinder apparatus: Design and calibrationp. 615
A thin film approach for producing mineral diffusion couplesp. 631
Determination of phase transition pressures of ZnTe under quasihydrostatic conditionsp. 643
An improved sealing system for triaxial sample columnsp. 653
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ISBN: 9783764350284
ISBN-10: 3764350288
Series: Pageoph Topical Volumes
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 447
Published: April 1994
Publisher: Birkhauser Verlag AG
Country of Publication: CH
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.36
Weight (kg): 0.64