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Hydrogen and oxygen in the deep Earth

Nature volume 534, pages 183184 (09 June 2016) | Download Citation

The finding that an unusual iron oxide forms at extremely high pressures suggests that hydrogen and oxygen — two elements that strongly influence Earth's evolution — are generated in the mantle. See Letter p.241

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  1. Takehiko Yagi is in the Geochemical Research Centre, University of Tokyo, Tokyo 113-0033, Japan.

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