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Fig. 3

From: Mechanocaloric effects in superionic thin films from atomistic simulations

Fig. 3

Mechanocaloric effect in the Li3OCl superionic conductor with a point-defect concentration of 2.5%. The Li+ diffusion coefficient a, in-plane strain b, isothermal entropy shift c, and adiabatic temperature change d estimated at T = 1000 K and expressed as a function of biaxial (tensile) stress. Lines in a, b are guides to the eye, and the error bars in b correspond to the standard deviation from 8,000 configurations generated during the simulations

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