About this Research Topic
High-temperature and high-pressure experimental and theoretical calculations modelings for minerals and rocks have long been an essential pathway to understanding high-pressure physical behavior. Notably, in order to efficiently model the material composition and transport conduction of deep interior for the Earth and other terrestrial Planet, some high-pressure physical parameter measurements and their theoretical modelings (e.g. electrical conductivity, elasticity, equation of state, rheology, deformation, et al.) have been successfully made great progress in the recent years. Almost all of minerals and rocks for the cycle layer in the deep interior Earth (crust, mantle and core) are well concerned. Some in-situ high-pressure experimental techniques and measurement methods, such as autoclave, piston-cylinder, multi-anvil press and diamond anvil cell have been advanced and wide adopted in different geological tectonic conditions. Besides, some new techniques including high-pressure spectroscopy (infrared, Raman), super-computer modeling, synchrotron X-ray diffraction et al. are employed and widespread applied to the deep material science of the Earth interior. All of them greatly make it advance for the high-pressure physical behavior of minerals and rocks. Except for the high-pressure physical behavior of minerals and rocks, some newest progress in the field of mineralogy, petrology and geochemistry are also paid attention in this Research Topic. Therefore, all of these researches will be moving forward the research of solid Earth geophysics and geochemistry.
This Research Topic aims to explore the high-pressure physical behavior of minerals and rocks, Mineralogy, Petrology and Geochemistry. All of these high-pressure physical behaviors for minerals and rocks including in-situ experimental measurements of high-pressure physical parameters, high-pressure spectroscopy characterizations and theoretical calculations are included at high-pressure conditions, as well as some mainstream in the solid geophysics and geochemistry including mineralogy, petrology and geochemistry in this section.
This Research Topic is focused on the high-pressure physical behavior of minerals and rocks. Specially, some crucial high-pressure physical properties of minerals and rocks will be concerned in the Research Topic, such as electrical conductivity, elasticity, equation of state, rheology, deformation, et al. At the same time, high-pressure Raman spectroscopy and high-pressure infrared spectroscopy measurements of minerals and rocks are possibly considered. In addition, high-pressure research on theoretical calculations is also welcomed. We welcome Original Research and Review articles related to the high-pressure physical behavior of minerals and rocks, as well as the solid Earth geophysics and experimental geochemistry including mineralogy, petrology and geochemistry. Potential topics include, but are not limited to the following:
1. High-pressure electrical conductivity
2. High-pressure mineral physics
3. High-pressure Raman spectroscopy
4. High-pressure infrared spectroscopy
5. High-pressure theoretical calculations
6. Experimental geochemistry
7. Experimental mineralogy
8. Experimental petrology
9. Geochemical isotopic dating
10. Solid Earth geophysics
11. Filed geophysical prospecting
12. high-pressure experimental methodology
13. Deep Earth interior material science and other planets
Keywords: high pressure, electrical conductivity, Raman spectroscopy, physical property, mineral, rock, theoretical calculations, mineralogy, petrology, geochemistry
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