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The Earth interior

Earth's pressure and temperature evolutions vs. depth (in French) © J. Amodeo Earth's pressure and temperature evolutions vs. depth (in English) © J. Amodeo The PREM model and the Earth internal structure: seismic velocities and density vs. depth (in French) © J. Amodeo The PREM model and the Earth internal structure: seismic velocities and density vs. depth (in English) © J. Amodeo Phase proportion in the Earth mantle (axes and mineral names in French) © J. Amodeo
Earth's pressure and temperature evolutions vs. depth (in French) © J. Amodeo Earth's pressure and temperature evolutions vs. depth (in English) © J. Amodeo The PREM model and the Earth internal structure: seismic velocities and density vs. depth (in French) © J. Amodeo The PREM model and the Earth internal structure: seismic velocities and density vs. depth (in English) © J. Amodeo Phase proportion in the Earth mantle (axes and mineral names in French) © J. Amodeo
Phase proportion in the Earth mantle (axes and mineral names in English) © J. Amodeo The PREM model and the Earth internal structure: seismic velocities and density vs. depth  © C. Nisr The Earth internal structure © C. Nisr    
Phase proportion in the Earth mantle (axes and mineral names in English) © J. Amodeo The PREM model and the Earth internal structure: seismic velocities and density vs. depth © C. Nisr The Earth internal structure © C. Nisr    

High pressure experiments

Diamond anvil cell for radial x-ray diffraction. The blue color is due to a laser shining through the anvils for pressure measurement © S. Merkel Diamond and gasket in a diamond anvil cell. The sample (invisible here) sits at the center. © S. Merkel Pressure and temperature range accessible in high pressure experiments © S. Merkel Pressure and temperature range accessible in high pressure experiments, without the diamond anvil cell © S. Merkel A diamond anvil cell © S. Merkel
Diamond anvil cell for radial x-ray diffraction. The blue color is due to a laser shining through the anvils for pressure measurement © S. Merkel Diamond and gasket in a diamond anvil cell. The sample (invisible here) sits at the center. © S. Merkel Pressure and temperature range accessible in high pressure experiments © S. Merkel Pressure and temperature range accessible in high pressure experiments, without the diamond anvil cell © S. Merkel A diamond anvil cell © S. Merkel
Schematics of a diamond anvil cell. © S. Merkel Pressure and temperature range accessible in high pressure experiments (in French) © J. Amodeo Pressure and temperature range accessible in high pressure experiments (in English) © J. Amodeo 3D X-ray diffraction coordinate systems © C. Nisr  
Schematics of a diamond anvil cell. © S. Merkel Pressure and temperature range accessible in high pressure experiments (in French) © J. Amodeo Pressure and temperature range accessible in high pressure experiments (in English) © J. Amodeo 3D X-ray diffraction coordinate systems © C. Nisr  

Numerical modeling

Frank-Read source in dislocation dynamics © J. Amodeo Results of dislocation dynamics in the ½<110>{110} system in MgO © J. Amodeo The Peierls-Nabarro-Galerkin scheme (in French) © J. Amodeo The Peierls-Nabarro-Galerkin scheme (in English) © J. Amodeo
Frank-Read source in dislocation dynamics © J. Amodeo Results of dislocation dynamics in the ½<110>{110} system in MgO © J. Amodeo The Peierls-Nabarro-Galerkin scheme (in French) © J. Amodeo The Peierls-Nabarro-Galerkin scheme (in English) © J. Amodeo

Slip systems

Post-perovskite potential slip systems © C. Nisr Stishovite potential slip systems © C. Nisr Cristal structure of olivine © C. Bollinger [100](001) slip system in olivine  © C. Bollinger [100]{0kl} slip system in olivine  © C. Bollinger
Post-perovskite potential slip systems © C. Nisr Stishovite potential slip systems © C. Nisr Cristal structure of olivine © C. Bollinger [100](001) slip system in olivine © C. Bollinger [100]{0kl} slip system in olivine © C. Bollinger
[100](010) and [001](010) slip systems in olivine  © C. Bollinger [001](100) slip system in olivine  © C. Bollinger [001]{hk0} slip system in olivine  © C. Bollinger    
[100](010) and [001](010) slip systems in olivine © C. Bollinger [001](100) slip system in olivine © C. Bollinger [001]{hk0} slip system in olivine © C. Bollinger    

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