Shear moduli of two dimensional binary glasses

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SEYBOLDT, Rabea, David HAJNAL, Fabian WEYSSER, Matthias FUCHS, 2012. Shear moduli of two dimensional binary glasses. In: Soft Matter. 8(15), pp. 4132-4140. ISSN 1744-683X. Available under: doi: 10.1039/C2SM07010C

@article{Seyboldt2012Shear-19581, title={Shear moduli of two dimensional binary glasses}, year={2012}, doi={10.1039/C2SM07010C}, number={15}, volume={8}, issn={1744-683X}, journal={Soft Matter}, pages={4132--4140}, author={Seyboldt, Rabea and Hajnal, David and Weysser, Fabian and Fuchs, Matthias} }

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