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We have little information on the way in which the deeper parts of the outer core behave, although the analysis of the free oscillations of the Earth suggests that the overall behaviour is very close to an adiabatic state. The convective motions in the internal dynamo induce small, and time-varying, fluctuations about this state. Inner core: The crystallisation of the solid inner core provides substantial energy that is available to drive the flows in the outer core. The assymmetry and anisotropy of the seismic properties of the inner core suggests that the formation of crystalline material is not uniform over the surface and may reflect a rather complex pattern of growth.

The differential deformation in the neighbourhood of ξ is defined by dx = F dξ ξ, and we now explore how this affects the length and orientation of a line segment (fibre). 1) 28 Description of Deformation we introduce the stretch |dx| final length = . 2) The length of the line segment in the deformed state ξT (FT F)dξ ξ. 3) Consider also the transformation of two vectors such that dx = F dξ ξ, dy = F dη. 5) the final angle between the vectors in the deformed state is dx · dy/(|dx||dy|). Thus FT F is the metric for the deformed state relative to the reference state.

Further, many nominally anhydrous minerals appear to be capable of incorporating significant amounts of water in their crystalline lattices, and the presence of water at depth may have a strong local influence on the behaviour of materials. Lower mantle The dominant mineral in the lower mantle is ferro-magnesian perovskite [(Fe,Mg)SiO3] with an admixture of magnesiowustite [(Fe,Mg)O] and much smaller amounts of calcium- and aluminium-bearing minerals, which nevertheless may have an important influence on the seismic properties.

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