Jay D Bass

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Research Interests

Chemistry of the Earth’s interior, measurements of the sound velocities and elastic properties of solids and fluids by Brillouin spectroscopy and inelastic X-ray scattering, Raman scattering, diamond-anvil high-pressure research, laser heating, equations-of-state of minerals and high-pressure phases, phase transitions, shock wave studies of core materials; phase equilibrium studies at high P&T, crystal structure analyses by XRD; point defect chemistry, ceramic engineering, high temperature fracture toughening, properties of ferroelectrics and “smart” or “adaptive” materials, the structural states of amorphous materials, polyamorphism, high-temperature viscoelastic properties.

Education

  • Ph.D., SUNY at Stony Brook, 1982
 

Teaching

  • GEOL 553: Chemistry of Earth's Interior

Office Address

4038 Natural History Bldg

Office Phone

+1.217.333.1018

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