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New insights about our Earth’s lower mantle

Scientists X-ray the most abundant mineral of Earth

21-Jul-2016

Using DESY's bright X-ray light source PETRA III, a team of scientists has discovered unexpected facts about the most abundant mineral on Earth. The mineral bridgmanite makes up roughly one third of Earth’s entire volume and is the major component of Earth’s lower mantle. Thus, its physical ...

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Record high pressure squeezes secrets out of osmium

X-ray experiments reveal peculiar behaviour of the most incompressible metal on Earth

26-Aug-2015

An international team of scientists led by the University of Bayreuth and with participation of DESY has created the highest static pressure ever achieved in a lab: Using a special high pressure device, the researchers investigated the behaviour of the metal osmium at pressures of up to 770 ...

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