Connection between the electric conductivity increase due to phase transition and heat flow.

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The deepest electric conductivity increase determined by electromagnetic induction methods can be attributed to the conductivity increase observed in the laboratory during rock phase transition. It can be called the Ultimate Conducting Increase (or UCL), since no further increase of conductivity has yet been detected at greater depths. A positive dP/dT gradient is characteristic of rock phase transition, where P is the pressures in BARS, T the temperature in oC. The aim of the research reported here was to look for an indication of a positive dP/dT gradient in the data set available, i.e. whether greater depths of the UCL (or greater pressures) correspond to greater temperatures at the depth of the phase transition. -Author

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationElectromagnetic induction in the earth and moon
EditorsU. Schmucker
PublisherCenter for Academic Publications Japan, & D. Reidel Publishing Co, Advances in earth and planetary sciences 9
Pages115-124
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 1980

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phase transition
heat flow
conductivity
electromagnetic method
rock
temperature

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Ádám, A. (1980). Connection between the electric conductivity increase due to phase transition and heat flow. In U. Schmucker (Ed.), Electromagnetic induction in the earth and moon (pp. 115-124). Center for Academic Publications Japan, & D. Reidel Publishing Co, Advances in earth and planetary sciences 9.

Connection between the electric conductivity increase due to phase transition and heat flow. / Ádám, A.

Electromagnetic induction in the earth and moon. ed. / U. Schmucker. Center for Academic Publications Japan, & D. Reidel Publishing Co, Advances in earth and planetary sciences 9, 1980. p. 115-124.

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Ádám, A 1980, Connection between the electric conductivity increase due to phase transition and heat flow. in U Schmucker (ed.), Electromagnetic induction in the earth and moon. Center for Academic Publications Japan, & D. Reidel Publishing Co, Advances in earth and planetary sciences 9, pp. 115-124.
Ádám A. Connection between the electric conductivity increase due to phase transition and heat flow. In Schmucker U, editor, Electromagnetic induction in the earth and moon. Center for Academic Publications Japan, & D. Reidel Publishing Co, Advances in earth and planetary sciences 9. 1980. p. 115-124
Ádám, A. / Connection between the electric conductivity increase due to phase transition and heat flow. Electromagnetic induction in the earth and moon. editor / U. Schmucker. Center for Academic Publications Japan, & D. Reidel Publishing Co, Advances in earth and planetary sciences 9, 1980. pp. 115-124
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