2017 - Gregori Aminoff Prize, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences for their development of new methodology for in-situ experimental determination of crystal structures under extreme conditions of high temperature and pressure
Leonid Dubrovinsky undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Diamond anvil cell and X-ray through his research. The study of X-ray is intertwined with the study of Optics in a number of ways. His Optics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as X-ray crystallography. Leonid Dubrovinsky integrates many fields, such as X-ray crystallography and Diffraction, in his works. He regularly ties together related areas like Diamond anvil cell in his Diffraction studies. Leonid Dubrovinsky merges Crystallography with Mineralogy in his study. Leonid Dubrovinsky performs multidisciplinary study on Mineralogy and Crystallography in his works. While working on this project, he studies both Silicon and Silicate. Silicate and Silicon are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research.
His Mineralogy study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Olivine. His Diamond anvil cell study frequently links to other fields, such as Diffraction. He brings together Diffraction and X-ray crystallography to produce work in his papers. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of X-ray crystallography and Diamond anvil cell via his papers. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Mantle (geology) and Core–mantle boundary. Leonid Dubrovinsky performs integrative study on Core–mantle boundary and Post-perovskite in his works. He integrates many fields, such as Post-perovskite and Mantle (geology), in his works. His work on Thermodynamics is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as High pressure. Leonid Dubrovinsky regularly links together related areas like Thermodynamics in his High pressure studies.
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Finite-size and pressure effects on the Raman spectrum of nanocrystalline anatase Ti O 2
Varghese Swamy;Alexei Kuznetsov;Leonid S. Dubrovinsky;Rachel A. Caruso.
Physical Review B (2005)
Materials Science - The hardest known oxide
Leonid S Dubrovinsky;Natalia A Dubrovinskaia;Varghese Swamy;Joseph Muscat.
Implementation of micro-ball nanodiamond anvils for high-pressure studies above 6 Mbar
Leonid Dubrovinsky;Natalia Dubrovinskaia;Vitali B. Prakapenka;Artem M. Abakumov.
Nature Communications (2012)
In situ X-Ray study of thermal expansion and phase transition of iron at multimegabar pressure
L. S. Dubrovinsky;S. K. Saxena;F. Tutti;S. Rekhi.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
Superhard nanocomposite of dense polymorphs of boron nitride: Noncarbon material has reached diamond hardness
Natalia Dubrovinskaia;Vladimir L. Solozhenko;Nobuyoshi Miyajima;Vladimir Dmitriev.
Applied Physics Letters (2007)
BX90: A new diamond anvil cell design for X-ray diffraction and optical measurements
Innokenty Kantor;Vitali B. Prakapenka;Anastasia Kantor;P. Dera.
Review of Scientific Instruments (2012)
Thermal Expansion of Periclase (MgO) and Tungsten (W) to Melting Temperatures
L. S. Dubrovinsky;S. K. Saxena.
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals (1997)
Experimental and Theoretical Identification of a New High-Pressure TiO2 Polymorph
Natalia A. Dubrovinskaia;Leonid S. Dubrovinsky;Rajeev Ahuja;Vitaly B. Prokopenko.
Physical Review Letters (2001)
Body-centered cubic iron-nickel alloy in Earth's core.
L. Dubrovinsky;N. Dubrovinskaia;O. Narygina;I. Kantor.
MossA: a program for analyzing energy-domain Mössbauer spectra from conventional and synchrotron sources
Clemens Prescher;Catherine McCammon;Leonid Dubrovinsky.
Journal of Applied Crystallography (2012)
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