Subatomic movements of a domain wall in the Peierls potential

@article{Novoselov2003SubatomicMO,
  title={Subatomic movements of a domain wall in the Peierls potential},
  author={K. Novoselov and A. Geim and S. Dubonos and E. Hill and I. Grigorieva},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2003},
  volume={426},
  pages={812-816}
}
The discrete nature of crystal lattices plays a role in virtually every material property. But it is only when the size of entities hosted by a crystal becomes comparable to the lattice period—as occurs for dislocations, vortices in superconductors and domain walls—that this discreteness is manifest explicitly. The associated phenomena are usually described in terms of a background Peierls ‘atomic washboard’ energy potential, which was first introduced for the case of dislocation motion in the… Expand
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