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B. Parise, and D. E. Cox, Thermal expansion and structure distortion of perovskite: Data for NaMgO, perovskites, Phys. Earth Planet. Interiors, in press, 1993. Elasticity of Minerals, Glasses, and Melts Jay D. Bass INTRODUCTION talline aggregate. The isotropic moduli listed are are Hill averages of the Voigt and Reuss bounds . In conjunction with the density, the moduli can be used to calculate acoustic velocities using standard relations In this chapter I present a compilation of the elastic moduli of minerals and related substances which may be of use in geophysical or geochemical calculations.
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