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All abstracts by Nobuyoshi Miyajima in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2017) Mineralogy of the Lower Mantle: Constraints from Elasticity
Murakami M, Mashino I, Miyajima N, Petitgirard S & Frost D

(2017) Effect of Fe3+ on the Subsolidus and Melting Phase Relations Under Lower Mantle Conditions
Sinmyo R, Nakajima Y, McCammon C, Miyajima N, Petitgirard S, Myhill R & Frost D

(2016) Complexities in the Phase Relations of MgFe2O4 at High Pressure and Temperature: Evidence for New Oxides Such as Mg5Fe2O8
Uenver-Thiele L, Woodland A, Boffa-Ballaran T, Miyajima N & Frost D

(2016) Nano Scale Chemical Analyses of Ultra-High Pressure Melting Experiments
Marquardt K, Miyajima N, Petitgirard S, Armstrong K & Frost D

(2016) Reductive Decomposition of Phase D by Formation of Fe-Bearing Aluminous Bridgmanite
Ishii T, Miyajima N, Petitgirard S, McCammon C & Katsura T

(2016) Creep Strength of Ringwoodite Measured up to 1700 K at 17-18 GPa Using a deformation-Dia Apparatus
Kawazoe T, Nishihara Y, Ohuchi T, Miyajima N, Maruyama G, Higo Y, Funakoshi K-I & Irifune T

(2014) Experimental Constraints on the Core’s Si and O Contents from Equations of State and metal–Silicate Partitioning
Fischer R, Campbell A, Rubie D, Frost D, Miyajima N, Pollok K & Harries D

(2013) Pressure-Induced Phase Transitions in Coesite
Cernok A, Boffa Ballaran T, Caracas R, Miyajima N, Bykova E, Prakapenka V, Liermann H-P & Dubrovinsky L

(2012) Electrical Conductivity of Serpentine Fluids at Subduction Zone Conditions
Mookherjee M, Manthilake MAG & Miyajima N

(2012) Dislocation Microstructures of Ferropericlase at High Pressures
Miyajima N & Irifune T

(2011) Interfaces and Exchange Coupling
McEnroe S, Robinson P, Fabian K, Harrison R, Miyajima N & Langenhorst F

(2007) Deformation Experiments on Natural Omphacite: A TEM Study
Müller WF, Walte N, Miyajima N, Frost DJ & Klemd R

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