Vacancy formation and strain in low-temperature Cu/Cu(100) growth.

@article{Shim2008VacancyFA,
  title={Vacancy formation and strain in low-temperature Cu/Cu(100) growth.},
  author={Yunsic Shim and V. A. Borovikov and Blas Pedro Uberuaga and Arthur F. Voter and Jacques G. Amar},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2008},
  volume={101 11},
  pages={116101}
}
The development of compressive strain in metal thin films grown at low temperature has recently been revealed via x-ray diffraction and explained by the assumption that a large number of vacancies were incorporated into the growing films. The results of our molecular dynamics and parallel temperature-accelerated dynamics simulations suggest that the experimentally observed strain arises from an increased nanoscale surface roughness caused by the suppression of thermally activated events at low… CONTINUE READING

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