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    Title: Dislocation-mediated Healing of Ideal and Adsorbed Monolayers with Vacancy Damage
    Authors: Joós, Béla;Zhou, Zicong;Duesbery, M.S.
    Contributors: 淡江大學物理學系
    Date: 1994-09
    Issue Date: 2013-07-09 15:08:41 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: College Park: American Physical Society
    Abstract: A spontaneous self-healing mechanism, called dislocation-mediated healing (DMH), is demonstrated by molecular-dynamics simulation in ideal (i.e., constrained in two dimensions) and adsorbed monolayers. The self-healing involves a rapid condensation of the vacancies into dislocation dipoles. It is complete at temperatures above the self-diffusion temperature. An associated collapse of the shear modulus similar to the Kosterlitz-Thouless dipole dissociation is observed for high vacancy concentrations. The phenomenon is observed in monolayers with a long-range interparticle interaction and is more effective as the mobility of the vacancies increases. In Lennard-Jones monolayers (LJM's) a small compressive pressure is required to observe the effect. In a system with a longer-range potential it has been observed even with the monolayer under expansion. It also occurs in monolayers with nearest-neighbor piecewise-linear force interactions (PLFM's) under pressure provided that a third degree of freedom is present. But in general, in PLFM's vacancies agglomerate into clusters (voids). The same applies to LJM's below a critical pressure which decreases with temperature and vacancy concentration. The annealing of the vacancies by the formation of voids is a slower process than DMH, usually by at least an order of magnitude.
    Relation: Physical Review B (Condensed Matter) 50(12), pp.8763-8772
    DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.50.8763
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Physics] Journal Article

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