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2). 81 nm. 5 * 1010 s-1 to the simulation volume along the y-axis, in order to facilitate very rapid dislocation nucleation . The output was visualized in time increments of 50 femtoseconds with AtomEye , and the centro-symmetry parameter was used to distinguish defect atoms . By reviewing the images produced, the time step was determined when atomic disruption was first observed at the void, indicating the initiation of dislocation nucleation. A simulation was then carried out, in which the strain rate was reduced to 0 s-1 after this time step.
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