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Earth's core problem

Nature volume 534, page 45 (02 June 2016) | Download Citation

Measurements of the electrical resistance and thermal conductivity of iron at extreme pressures and temperatures cast fresh light on controversial numerical simulations of the properties of Earth's outer core. See Letters p.95 & 99

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