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Image Simulations of Ge Twin Boundaries.

  • Stuart Mckernan (a1) and C. Barry Carter (a1)


General high-angle tilt grain boundaries may be described by an arrangement of repeating structural units. Some grain-boundary defects may also be modeled by the incorporation of structural units of related boundary structures into the boundary. The simulation of these structures requires the use of prohibitively large unit cells. The possibility of modeling these boundaries by the superposition of image simulations of the individual structural units isinvestigated.



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Image Simulations of Ge Twin Boundaries.

  • Stuart Mckernan (a1) and C. Barry Carter (a1)


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