The structure of MgO–SiO2 glasses at elevated pressure

@article{Wilding2012TheSO,
  title={The structure of MgO–SiO2 glasses at elevated pressure},
  author={Martin C. Wilding and Malcolm Guthrie and Shinji Kohara and Craig L. Bull and Jaakko Akola and Mathew G. Tucker},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter},
  year={2012},
  volume={24}
}
The magnesium silicate system is an important geophysical analogue and neutron diffraction data from glasses formed in this system may also provide an initial framework for understanding the structure-dependent properties of related liquids that are important during planetary formation. Neutron diffraction data collected in situ for a single composition (38 mol% SiO2) magnesium silicate glass sample shows local changes in structure as pressure is increased from ambient conditions to 8.6 GPa at… 

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