Lithospheric-atmospheric interaction on Venus.

V. P. Volkov, Mikhail Zolotov, I. L. Khodakovsky

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Abstract

The principal topics discussed include the following: 1) Venus's planetary surface: geology, physical properties and the chemical composition of Venus's soil; 2) chemistry of Venus' clouds and the distribution of volatiles in outer planetary shells (S, Cl, Hg, Se, Te and As), 3) thermodynamic prediction of the mineral composition of Venus's surface rocks, 4) the inventories of chemically active volatiles and their cycle on Venus (N,C,S, water), and 5) atmospheric-lithospheric interaction: the evolutionary approach.-J.M.H.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationChemistry and Physics of Terrestrial Planets
EditorsS.K. Saxena
PublisherSpringer-Verlag
Pages136-190
Number of pages55
StatePublished - 1986
Externally publishedYes

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planetary surface
physical property
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chemical composition
geology
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mineral
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rock
soil
water

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
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Volkov, V. P., Zolotov, M., & Khodakovsky, I. L. (1986). Lithospheric-atmospheric interaction on Venus. In S. K. Saxena (Ed.), Chemistry and Physics of Terrestrial Planets (pp. 136-190). Springer-Verlag.

Lithospheric-atmospheric interaction on Venus. / Volkov, V. P.; Zolotov, Mikhail; Khodakovsky, I. L.

Chemistry and Physics of Terrestrial Planets. ed. / S.K. Saxena. Springer-Verlag, 1986. p. 136-190.

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Volkov, VP, Zolotov, M & Khodakovsky, IL 1986, Lithospheric-atmospheric interaction on Venus. in SK Saxena (ed.), Chemistry and Physics of Terrestrial Planets. Springer-Verlag, pp. 136-190.
Volkov VP, Zolotov M, Khodakovsky IL. Lithospheric-atmospheric interaction on Venus. In Saxena SK, editor, Chemistry and Physics of Terrestrial Planets. Springer-Verlag. 1986. p. 136-190
Volkov, V. P. ; Zolotov, Mikhail ; Khodakovsky, I. L. / Lithospheric-atmospheric interaction on Venus. Chemistry and Physics of Terrestrial Planets. editor / S.K. Saxena. Springer-Verlag, 1986. pp. 136-190
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