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Physical Review E
Molecular-dynamics and Monte Carlo simulations have been used to compute the crystal-melt interface stress ͑f͒ in a model Lennard-Jones ͑LJ͒ binary alloy system, as well as for elemental Si and Ni modeled by many-body Stillinger-Weber and embedded-atom-method ͑EAM͒ potentials, respectively. For the LJ alloys the interface stress in the ͑100͒ orientation was found to be negative and the f vs composition behavior exhibits a slight negative deviation from linearity. For Stillinger-Weber Si, adoi:10.1103/physreve.75.061610 pmid:17677276 fatcat:oo2u2l7lcbg2faht6rinydcgzy