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Micro-Pop-In Issues in Nanoscale Contact Deformation Resistance of Tooth Enamel

Figure 4

The dependencies of depth increment ( ) and decrement ( ) on the corresponding load increment ( ) and decrement ( ) at which two consecutive nanoscale plasticity events had occurred during the loading and unloading cycles (inset), respectively. The solid lines indicate the corresponding power law fits.

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