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Physical review. E
Recent simulations revealed that, when an atom in a single-wall carbon nanotube was artificially driven to oscillate radially with the two ends of the nanotube fixed, water transport became highly unusual at some oscillation frequencies. Here we systematically investigate the underlying mechanism for such effects through a series of simulations and detailed analysis. We find that the pattern and magnitude for the vibration of the nanotube are sensitive to the driving frequency but largelydoi:10.1103/physreve.98.032410 fatcat:vapfxckuvfct7bbfo2xdb3ljhy