|Title||Electrical cell assembly for reproducible conductivity experiments in the multi-anvil|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2018|
|Authors||Pommier A., Leinenweber K.D|
|Type of Article||Article|
|Keywords||cell assembly; constant; electrical conductivity; Geochemistry & Geophysics; high-pressure; Iron; mantle; melts; metals; mineralogy; Multi-anvil; Olivine; resistivity; silicates|
Electrical conductivity experiments under pressure and temperature conditions relevant to planetary interiors are a powerful tool to probe the transport properties of Earth and planetary materials as well as to interpret field-based electrical data. To promote repeatability and reproducibility of electrical experiments among multi-anvil facilities that use this technique, we designed and developed an electrical conductivity cell for multi-anvil experiments based on the 14/8 assembly that was developed to allow access to high temperatures. Here we present the details of design and parts developed for this cell that is available via the Consortium for Material Properties Research in Earth Sciences (COMPRES). The electrical cell has been tested up to 10 GPa and about 2000 degrees C on different materials (silicates and metals, both in the solid and liquid state).
|Short Title||Am. Miner.|