Skip to Main Content
Skip Nav Destination

Magnesite formation from MgO and CO2 at the pressures and temperatures of Earth’s mantle

American Mineralogist (2013) 98 (7): 1211–1218.
This article has been cited by the following articles in journals that are participating in CrossRef Cited-by Linking.
Thorium-poor monazite and columbite-(Fe) mineralization in the Gleibat Lafhouda carbonatite and its associated iron-oxide-apatite deposit of the Ouled Dlim Massif, South Morocco
Gondwana Research (2020) 77: 19.
CO2 reduction-conversion to precipitates and morphological control through the application of the mineral carbonation mechanism
Energy (2018) 153: 413.
Polymeric phase V of carbon dioxide has not been recovered at ambient pressure and has a unique structure
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2017) 114 (5): E656.
A primary natrocarbonatitic association in the Deep Earth
Mineralogy and Petrology (2016) 110 (2-3): 387.
Structures and Energetics of (MgCO3)n Clusters (n ≤ 16)
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2015) 119 (14): 3419.
Melting and decomposition of MgCO3 at pressures up to 84 GPa
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals (2015) 42 (1): 73.
Unraveling the complexity of iron oxides at high pressure and temperature: Synthesis of Fe5O6
Science Advances (2015) 1 (5): e1400260.
Single-crystal elasticity of the deep-mantle magnesite at high pressure and temperature
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2014) 392: 292.
In situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction in the laser-heated diamond anvil cell: Melting phenomena and synthesis of new materials
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2014) 277-278: 15.
Close Modal

or Create an Account

Close Modal
Close Modal