Interatomic potentials consistent with thermodynamics: the cases of FeCu and FeCr

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Interatomic potentials consistent with thermodynamics: the cases of FeCu and FeCr. / Pasianot, Roberto C.; Bonny, Giovanni; Malerba, Lorenzo; Terentyev, Dmitry (Peer reviewer).

MMM*** Third International Conference Multiscale Materials Modeling. Vol. 1 Stuttgart, Germany, 2006. p. 783-785.

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Pasianot, RC, Bonny, G, Malerba, L & Terentyev, D 2006, Interatomic potentials consistent with thermodynamics: the cases of FeCu and FeCr. in MMM*** Third International Conference Multiscale Materials Modeling. vol. 1, Stuttgart, Germany, pp. 783-785, 3rd Intl. Conf. on Multiscale Materials Modelling, Freiburg, Germany, 2006-09-18.

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Pasianot, R. C., Bonny, G., Malerba, L., & Terentyev, D. (2006). Interatomic potentials consistent with thermodynamics: the cases of FeCu and FeCr. In MMM*** Third International Conference Multiscale Materials Modeling (Vol. 1, pp. 783-785). Stuttgart, Germany.

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Pasianot RC, Bonny G, Malerba L, Terentyev D. Interatomic potentials consistent with thermodynamics: the cases of FeCu and FeCr. In MMM*** Third International Conference Multiscale Materials Modeling. Vol. 1. Stuttgart, Germany. 2006. p. 783-785

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Pasianot, Roberto C. ; Bonny, Giovanni ; Malerba, Lorenzo ; Terentyev, Dmitry. / Interatomic potentials consistent with thermodynamics: the cases of FeCu and FeCr. MMM*** Third International Conference Multiscale Materials Modeling. Vol. 1 Stuttgart, Germany, 2006. pp. 783-785

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