By analyzing the patterns of bending extinction contours present on the electron microscopic images of nanotubic (~80 nm) Spatial dissipative structures, the formation of dangling, low-angle, interblock boundaries in nanotin spatial dissipative structures of hexagonal selenium with elastically rotating rotational curvature around  is studied. The effect of a change in the sign of the misorientation vector along the torn-off, small-angle, interblock torsion boundaries was discovered. Taking into account the change along the interblock boundary and the modulus and the sign of the misorientation vector, a model for the formation of dangling, low-angle, interblock torsion boundaries in the nano-current spatial dissipative structures of hexagonal selenium, whose lattice undergoes elastic rotational curvature, is developed. A formula is derived for calculating the energy of dangling, small-angle, interblock torsion boundaries formed in nano-current spatial dissipative structures, along which both the modulus and the sign of the misorientation vector change.
|Translated title of the contribution||FORMING AND ENERGY OF WRAPPED, LOW-TYPE, INTER-BLOCK BORDERS WITH VARIABLE MODULE AND SIGN OF THE DISTORIZATION VECTOR IN NANOTTLE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTIVE STRUCTURES OF THE HEAT-TYPE|
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
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