Liu, Xingcheng N. Matsukage, Kyoko Nishihara, Yu Suzuki, Toshihiro Takahashi, Eiichi
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American Mineralogist

To understand the stability of hydrous phases in mafic oceanic crust under deep subduction conditions, high-pressure and high-temperature experiments were conducted on two hydrous basalts using a Kawai-type multi-anvil apparatus at 17–26 GPa and 800–1200 °C. In contrast to previous studies on hydrous basalt that reported no hydrous phases in this p...

Mookherjee, Mainak MAINPRICE, David

Using first principle simulations we calculated the elasticity of chlorite. At a density ρ~ 2.60 g cm−3, the elastic constant tensor reveals significant elastic anisotropy: VP ~27%, VS1 ~56%, and VS2 ~43%. The shear anisotropy is exceptionally large for chlorite and enhances upon compression. Upon compression, the shear elastic constant component C...

Mookherjee, Mainak MAINPRICE, David

Using first principle simulations we calculated the elasticity of chlorite. At a density ρ~ 2.60 g cm−3, the elastic constant tensor reveals significant elastic anisotropy: VP ~27%, VS1 ~56%, and VS2 ~43%. The shear anisotropy is exceptionally large for chlorite and enhances upon compression. Upon compression, the shear elastic constant component C...

Mookherjee, Mainak MAINPRICE, David

Using first principle simulations we calculated the elasticity of chlorite. At a density ρ~ 2.60 g cm−3, the elastic constant tensor reveals significant elastic anisotropy: VP ~27%, VS1 ~56%, and VS2 ~43%. The shear anisotropy is exceptionally large for chlorite and enhances upon compression. Upon compression, the shear elastic constant component C...

Mookherjee, Mainak MAINPRICE, David

Using first principle simulations we calculated the elasticity of chlorite. At a density ρ~ 2.60 g cm−3, the elastic constant tensor reveals significant elastic anisotropy: VP ~27%, VS1 ~56%, and VS2 ~43%. The shear anisotropy is exceptionally large for chlorite and enhances upon compression. Upon compression, the shear elastic constant component C...

Mookherjee, Mainak MAINPRICE, David

Using first principle simulations we calculated the elasticity of chlorite. At a density ρ~ 2.60 g cm−3, the elastic constant tensor reveals significant elastic anisotropy: VP ~27%, VS1 ~56%, and VS2 ~43%. The shear anisotropy is exceptionally large for chlorite and enhances upon compression. Upon compression, the shear elastic constant component C...

Mookherjee, Mainak MAINPRICE, David

Using first principle simulations we calculated the elasticity of chlorite. At a density ρ~ 2.60 g cm−3, the elastic constant tensor reveals significant elastic anisotropy: VP ~27%, VS1 ~56%, and VS2 ~43%. The shear anisotropy is exceptionally large for chlorite and enhances upon compression. Upon compression, the shear elastic constant component C...

Mookherjee, Mainak MAINPRICE, David

Using first principle simulations we calculated the elasticity of chlorite. At a density ρ~ 2.60 g cm−3, the elastic constant tensor reveals significant elastic anisotropy: VP ~27%, VS1 ~56%, and VS2 ~43%. The shear anisotropy is exceptionally large for chlorite and enhances upon compression. Upon compression, the shear elastic constant component C...

Mookherjee, Mainak MAINPRICE, David

Using first principle simulations we calculated the elasticity of chlorite. At a density ρ~ 2.60 g cm−3, the elastic constant tensor reveals significant elastic anisotropy: VP ~27%, VS1 ~56%, and VS2 ~43%. The shear anisotropy is exceptionally large for chlorite and enhances upon compression. Upon compression, the shear elastic constant component C...