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Temperature dependence of shear modulus for the metallic glass prepared at two different cooling rates (2.5 and ). The MD glass samples quenched using different cooling rates have different but fixed configuration states; the linear fits to the low temperature modulus data have essentially the same slope, showing that the low temperature dependence is intrinsically independent of the configurational states.
Temperature dependence of bulk modulus for the metallic glass prepared at two different cooling rates (2.5 and ). The two different configurational states are indistinguishable, demonstrating that is not as sensitive as to the configurational inherent state changes.
(Color online) Strong configurational potential energy dependence of shear modulus for the metallic glass when varying the cooling rates to obtain different configurations. This direct evaluation of the configurational inherent state dependence of shear modulus shows that strongly depends on the specific configurational changes of the glassy states, while weakly depends on Debye-Grüneisen thermal expansion effect.
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