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Nitrogen vacancy, self-interstitial diffusion, and Frenkel-pair formation/dissociation in B1 TiN studied by ab initio and classical molecular dynamics with optimized potentials 1213 1349 159
Recent progress in simulations of the paramagnetic state of magnetic materials 1626 1603 6
Significant correlation between macroscopic and microscopic parameters for the description of localized plastic flow auto-waves in deforming alloys 1342 1338 8
Hyperfine Splitting and Room-Temperature Ferromagnetism of Ni at Multimegabar Pressure 2217 2203 3
Influence of stresses on structure and properties of Ti and Zr-based alloys from first-principles simulations 1120 1282 185
Magnetism and dynamic stability of Co, Fe and Cr mononitrides from first principle calculations 1122 1360 282
Importance of correlation effects in hcp iron revealed by a pressure-induced electronic topological transition 3534 3472 4
Charge neutrality in epitaxial graphene on 6H-SiC(0001) via nitrogen intercalation 882 1034 172
First-principles calculations of properties of orthorhombic iron carbide Fe7C3 at the Earth's core conditions 1115 1301 219
Magnetic interactions in NiO at ultrahigh pressure 2942 3061 174
Volume matching condition to establish the enhanced piezoelectricity in ternary (Sc,Y)0.5(Al,Ga,In)0.5N alloys 1078 1079 8
Strong electron correlations stabilize paramagnetic cubic Cr1xAlxN solid solutions 1348 1343 5
Spin and photophysics of carbon-antisite vacancy defect in 4H silicon carbide: a potential quantum bit 1307 1465 188
Pressure-Induced Hydrogen Bond Symmetrization in Iron Oxyhydroxide 2444 2416 7
Optical properties and Zeeman spectroscopy of niobium in silicon carbide 1530 1656 169
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