Nano-mechanics: A continuum theory based on interatomic potential

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFracture and damage of advanced materials
Place of PublicationHangzhou, China
PublisherMachine Press
Pages16-19
StatePublished - 2004

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Huang, Y. (2004). Nano-mechanics: A continuum theory based on interatomic potential. In Fracture and damage of advanced materials (pp. 16-19). Hangzhou, China: Machine Press.
Huang, Yonggang. / Nano-mechanics: A continuum theory based on interatomic potential. Fracture and damage of advanced materials. Hangzhou, China : Machine Press, 2004. pp. 16-19
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Huang, Y 2004, Nano-mechanics: A continuum theory based on interatomic potential. in Fracture and damage of advanced materials. Machine Press, Hangzhou, China, pp. 16-19.

Nano-mechanics: A continuum theory based on interatomic potential. / Huang, Yonggang.

Fracture and damage of advanced materials. Hangzhou, China : Machine Press, 2004. p. 16-19.

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