PerspectiveGeochemistry

Carbon in Charge

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Science  28 Nov 2008:
Vol. 322, Issue 5906, pp. 1338-1340
DOI: 10.1126/science.1166260

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Summary

Laboratory data suggest that enhanced conductivity in the deep mantle can be caused by extremely small amounts of carbon-rich melt.