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科技英语写作基础(系列):阅读Earth’s core as a reservoir of water

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科技英语写作基础(系列):阅读Earth’s core as a reservoir of water

 

The goal is to learn how to write better.

分析的目的是为了提高科技英语写作水平(不是针对作者)

Green highlight is used to show good writing.

好好学习:用绿色标出。

Yellow means "questionable."

The Earth’s core as a reservoir of water

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41561-020-0578-1?utm_source=ngeo_etoc&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=toc_41561_13_6&utm_content=20200609&sap-outbound-id=B28803321F1AB072080D9D8AEBE866F3C3DA4766

Abstract

 

Current estimates of the budget and distribution of water in the Earth have large uncertaintiesmost of which are due to the lack of information about the deep Earth. 

 

评论:不是estimation (which is a process)

 

Recent studies suggest that the Earth could have gained a considerable amount of water during the early stages of its evolution from the hydrogen-rich solar nebula, and that a large amount of the water in the Earth may have partitioned into the core. 

 

Here we calculate the partitioning of water between iron and silicate melts at 20–135 GPa and 2,800–5,000 K, using ab initio molecular dynamics and thermodynamic integration techniques. 

 

Our results indicate a siderophile nature of water at core–mantle differentiation and core–mantle boundary conditions, which weakens with increasing temperature; nevertheless, we found that water always partitions strongly into the iron liquid under core-formation conditions for both reducing and oxidizing scenarios. 

 

The siderophile nature of water was also verified by an empirical-counting method that calculates the distribution of hydrogen in an equilibrated iron and silicate melt. 

 

We therefore conclude that the Earth’s core may act as a large reservoir that contains most of the Earth’s water. 

 

In addition to constraining the accretion models of volatile delivery, the findings may partially account for the low density of the Earth’s core implied by measured seismic velocities.

 

感兴趣这篇摘要,是因为曾经被问:地球上的海水是从哪里来的?

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