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  Information - GMPV14 Behavior of substance at extreme conditions in nature and laboratory

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Experimental and theoretical studies of substance at extreme conditions give unique opportunity to describe physical properties of minerals and compounds with application to geochemical and geophysical processes in the Earth’s mantle and core. These studies also include phase transformations and geochemical differentiation resulted in seismicity, plum and plate tectonics, and subduction processes. Physical and numerical experiments at extreme conditions are the only methods to understand the formation of impact structures on the Earth and other planets. The material sciences may provide decisive information for geoscience, including new experimental methods at extreme conditions and physical lows to predict the properties of rocks and minerals under extreme conditions.
Conveners greatly solicit contributions from geophysicists and material scientists concerning to a wide spectrum of experiments at extreme conditions, theoretical predictions of substance properties at high P-T conditions and numerical modeling of petrological and geophysical processes in the Deep Earth.

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