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Type: Artigo
Title: Strain Rate Dependent Shear Plasticity In Graphite Oxide
Author: Vinod
Soumya; Tiwary
Chandra Sekhar; Machado
Leonardo D.; Ozden
Sehmus; Cho
Juny; Shaw
Preston; Vajtai
Robert; Galvao
Douglas S.; Ajayan
Pulickel M.
Abstract: Graphene oxide film is made of stacked graphene layers with chemical functionalities, and we report that plasticity in the filth can be engineered by strain rate tuning. The deformation behavior and plasticity of such functionalized layered systems is dominated by Shear slip between individual layers and interaction between functional groups. Stress-strain behavior and theoretical models suggest that the deformation is strongly strain rate dependent and undergoes brittle to ductile transition with decreasing strain rate.
Subject: Graphene Oxide
Strain Rate
Brittle-ductile Transition
Md Simulation
Editor: Amer Chemical Soc
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.5b04346
Date Issue: 2016
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