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Unduloid-like Equilibrium Shapes of Carbon Nanotubes Subjected to Hydrostatic Pressure
The aim of this work is to obtain numerically unduloid-like equilibrium shapes of carbon nanotubes subjected to external pressure.
KeywordsCarbon nanotubes equilibrium shapes unduloid-like shapes
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