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|Title:||Violation of the universal behavior of membranes inside cylindrical tubes at nanoscale|
Fonseca, A. F.
Pugno, N. M.
Galvao, D. S.
|Abstract:||Recently, it was proposed based on classical elasticity theory and experiments at macroscale, that the conformations of sheets inside cylindrical tubes present a universal behavior. A natural question is whether this behavior still holds at nanoscale. Based on molecular-dynamics simulations and analytical modeling for graphene and boron nitride membranes confined inside carbon nanotubes, we show that the class of universality observed at macroscale is violated at nanoscale. The precise origin of these discrepancies is addressed and proven to be related to both surface and atomistic effects.|
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