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Extremely anisotropic, direction-dependent elastic grain interaction: The case of ultrathin films
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10.1063/1.3224904
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FIG. 1.

Textured Pd thin film. [(a)–(e)]: Measured (circles) and simulated (solid and dashed lines) for the effective grain-interaction model for surface anisotropy and the Eshelby–Kröner model, respectively, diffraction strain data for five different reflections as function of ( -plots). For details of the simulation, see text. (f) Normalized integrated intensity of the 222 reflection as function of .

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Table I.

Fitting results obtained with the effective direction-dependent grain-interaction model and the isotropic Eshelby–Kröner model: Stress , weighting parameters ( , , , ) and effective grain interaction parameters and .

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