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Memory effect in the plasticity of a silicate glass densified at room temperature

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Memory effects are a classic feature of disordered materials. With Raman-microspectroscopy we evidence a memory effect in the deformation of densified soda-lime silicate glasses, and with molecular dynamics simulations we identify the network reconfigurations it originates from. These results pave the way toward a better understanding of plastic instability, damage, and rupture properties in iono-covalent glassy materials.
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hal-03725673 , version 1 (28-11-2022)

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T. Deschamps, C. Martinet, B. Champagnon, G. Molnár, E. Barthel. Memory effect in the plasticity of a silicate glass densified at room temperature. Physical Review B, 2022, 105 (22), pp.224206. ⟨10.1103/PhysRevB.105.224206⟩. ⟨hal-03725673⟩
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