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|Elastic constants for diamond Ir at zero temperature v000|
|Description||Given the zero-pressure, zero-temperature lattice constant of diamond Ir, this Test computes the corresponding elastic constants using numerical differentiation of the potential energy w.r.t. strain of the unit cell.|
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Ellad B. Tadmor|
Ellad B. Tadmor|
|Published on KIM||2019|
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