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In situ Mechanical Testing of Contacts Between Nanoscale Bodies: Measuring the Load-dependence of Contact Area.

  • Sai Bharadwaj Vishnubhotla (a1), Rimei Chen (a2), Subarna R. Khanal (a1), Xiaoli Hu (a2), Ashlie Martini (a2) and Tevis D. B. Jacobs (a1)...
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[11] This work was funded by the National Science Foundation, through CMMI-1536800 and 1537613.

In situ Mechanical Testing of Contacts Between Nanoscale Bodies: Measuring the Load-dependence of Contact Area.

  • Sai Bharadwaj Vishnubhotla (a1), Rimei Chen (a2), Subarna R. Khanal (a1), Xiaoli Hu (a2), Ashlie Martini (a2) and Tevis D. B. Jacobs (a1)...

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