Structural and magnetic phase transitions in minerals
This volume in Advances in Physical Geochemistry presents the latest synthesis of theory and experimental data pertaining to structural and magnetic phase transitions in a variety of geochemically important minerals. The book is the first to cover the impact of this rapidly progressing area of solid state physics in earth sciences and reflects its growing significance for mineralogy and petrology.
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Incommensurate Phase Transitions in Quartz and Berlinite
Phase Separation in Quadrilateral Pyroxenes and Olivines
Multicritical Phase Relations in Minerals
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Structural and Magnetic Phase Transitions in Minerals
S. Ghose,J.M.D. Coey,E. Salje
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