Date: 16:00-18:00, Friday, April 5, 2019
Place: 3F, Lecture room, Main Chemistry Build.
Title: High-pressure Researches on Iron-nickel Phosphides: Implications on Planetary Cores
Abstruct: Phosphorus is thought to be an important light element existing in planetary cores. To fully understand its existence in planetary cores, structural and physical properties of iron-nickel phosphides should be investigated under high pressure and high temperature. This presentation focuses on the high-pressure equation of state of (Fe,Ni)3P-schreibersite, and I will talk about further research ideas on (Fe,Ni)2P-barringerite and allabogdanite.