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The stability of a screw dislocation in a free  copper nanowire is investigated using atomistic calculations. This study reveals a strong anisotropy of the Eshelby potential well (EPW) that traps the dislocation. Moreover the depth of the EPW is found to vanish when the radius of the nanowire decreases. It is demonstrated that this behavior is due to the dissociated state of the dislocation.
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Phys. Rev. Lett. (2015) 115, 075503

This article reports on the first successful combination of micro Laue (mLaue) diffraction with an atomic force microscope for in situ nanomechanical tests of individual nanostructures. In situ three-point bending on self-suspended gold nanowires was performed on the BM32 beamline at the ESRF using a specially designed atomic force microscope...
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J. Appl. Cryst. (2015) 48, 291–296


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