Auxetic nanomaterials: Recent progress and future development
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- Auxetic nanomaterials: Recent progress and future development
- Jiang, Jin-Wu; Kim, Sung Youb; Park, Harold S.
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- AMER INST PHYSICS
- APPLIED PHYSICS REVIEWS, v.3, no.4, pp.041101
- Auxetic materials (materials with negative Poisson's ratio) and nanomaterials have independently been, for many years, two of the most active research fields in material science. Recently, these formerly independent fields have begun to intersect in new and interesting ways due to the recent discovery of auxeticity in nanomaterials like graphene, metal nanoplates, black phosphorus, and others. Here, we review the research emerging at the intersection of auxeticity and nanomaterials. We first survey the atomistic mechanisms, both intrinsic and extrinsic, that have been found, primarily through atomistic simulations, to cause auxeticity in nanomaterials. We then outline the available experimental evidence for auxetic nanomaterials. In order to lay the groundwork for future work in this exciting area, we close by discussing several future prospects as well as the current challenges in this field.
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