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11, 12, 16,44,46,48]. ,,is used to express the volume change of a substance due to a temperature change. In a microscopic sense, the thermal expansion is caused by the anharmonic nature of the vibrations in a potential-well model . The Grtineisen theory of thermal expansion leads to a useful relation between volume and temperature , Y. Fci. Carnegie Institution of Washington, V(T) = 31 @D/T E= 9nRT x3 (f%/T)3 I o eX - 1 Geophysical AGU Reference Shelf 2 Geophysical Union. (1) (2) where n and R are the number of atoms in the chemical formula and the gas constant, respectively.
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