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phase boundary

Internal Loading of an Inhomogeneous Compressible Earth With Phase Boundaries

Structure of One-Phase Free Boundaries in the Plane

Redrawing Ethno‐Social Boundaries: Phase I, 1939‐1941

Redrawing Ethno‐Social Boundaries: Phase II, 1944–1953

Formation of secondary phase at grain boundary of flash-sintered BaTiO3

Phase Transitions in a Relaxation Model of Mixed Type with Periodic Boundary Condition

Thermal convection in Earth's inner core with phase change at its boundary

The Two-Phase Membrane Problem—Regularity of the Free Boundaries in Higher Dimensions

Acoustic radiation from a phased line source at a fluid-solid boundary

The effects of phase boundary induced layering on the Earth's thermal history

Energetics of a two-phase model of lithospheric damage, shear localization and plate-boundary formation

Propagation of regional seismic phases (Lg and Sn) and Pn velocity structure along the Africa–Iberia plate boundary zone: tectonic implications

A finite element method for a unidimensional single-phase nonlinear free boundary problem in groundwater flow

Simulations of two-planet systems through all phases of stellar evolution: implications for the instability boundary and white dwarf pollution

Mapping spherical seismic into physical structure: biases from 3-D phase-transition and thermal boundary-layer heterogeneity

Extraction of weak PcP phases using the slant-stacklet transform – II: constraints on lateral variations of structure near the core–mantle boundary

Structure and composition of the crust and upper mantle of the Archean–Proterozoic boundary in the Fennoscandian shield obtained by joint inversion of receiver function and surface wave phase velocity of recording of the SVEKALAPKO array


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The boundary between two phases of the same chemical substance (e.g. between liquid and solid).

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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