NewsMonitoring the evolution of crystal dislocations in a
silicene sheet

28th July 2021by admin0
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We might imagine crystals to be perfect structures,
but they are, in fact, often plagued with “defects.” Curiously
enough, such defects often appear due to atoms undergoing
reorganization to lower the energy of the system and attain
stability.

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