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Physical Review B
The atomic structure of metallic glasses (MGs) plays an important role on their properties. Numerous molecular dynamics (MD) simulations have revealed the icosahedral short range order (ISRO) as a dominant motif in Cu-Zr metallic glasses. However, the cooling rates utilized in most of the MD simulations (usually on the order of 10 10-13 K/s) can be too high to allow the structure to relax into the actual structures. By performing a long sub-T g annealing of the Cu 64.5 Zr 35.5 alloy model atdoi:10.1103/physrevb.91.064105 fatcat:bgyg6wd6lvebhgmmrgb65m2z7i