Auxeticity of Yukawa Systems with Nanolayers in the (111) Crystallographic Plane
AbstractElastic properties of model crystalline systems, in which the particles interact via the hard potential (infinite when any particles overlap and zero otherwise) and the hard-core repulsive Yukawa interaction, were determined by Monte Carlo simulations. The influence of structural modifications, in the form of periodic nanolayers being perpendicular to the crystallographic axis , on auxetic properties of the crystal was investigated. It has been shown that the hard sphere nanolayers introduced into Yukawa crystals allow one to control the elastic properties of the system. It has been also found that the introduction of the Yukawa monolayers to the hard sphere crystal induces auxeticity in the
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Pigłowski, P.M.; Narojczyk, J.W.; Poźniak, A.A.; Wojciechowski, K.W.; Tretiakov, K.V. Auxeticity of Yukawa Systems with Nanolayers in the (111) Crystallographic Plane. Materials 2017, 10, 1338.
Pigłowski PM, Narojczyk JW, Poźniak AA, Wojciechowski KW, Tretiakov KV. Auxeticity of Yukawa Systems with Nanolayers in the (111) Crystallographic Plane. Materials. 2017; 10(11):1338.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pigłowski, Paweł M.; Narojczyk, Jakub W.; Poźniak, Artur A.; Wojciechowski, Krzysztof W.; Tretiakov, Konstantin V. 2017. "Auxeticity of Yukawa Systems with Nanolayers in the (111) Crystallographic Plane." Materials 10, no. 11: 1338.
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