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Professor Wole Soboyejo at Princeton University

Professor Pan Zeng at Tsinghua University

Professor Don Curtis at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

Professor Arthur Miller at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

Professor Xinrui Niu at the City University of Hong Kong

Professor Wanliang Shan at the University of Nevada, Reno

Professor Nima Rahbar at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Professor Zebaze Kanna at the Kwara State University, Malete, Nigeria

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C60 Vibration

We applied finite element method to the nano-scale mechanics behaviors of atoms. A bonding element was developed to describe the mechanical behaviors of chemical bonds. The results are comparable with that of Raman and infrared spectrum experiments. By using this special element, the finite element method, which was usually used in the area of continuum mechanics, was proved to be applicable in atomic scale calculations and to be able to generate discrete results.

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1-fold: Ag Raman Active Modes; Au Modes

3-fold: F1g Modes; F1u Infrared Active Modes; F2g Modes; F2u Modes

4-fold: Gg Modes; Gu Modes

5-fold: Hg Raman Active Modes; Hu Modes

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Professional Organizations

Materials Research Society (MRS) [Link]

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) [Link]

Society of Engineering Science [Link]

International Association of Dental Reserach[Link]

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