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Figure 9

The experimental data on dependence of the instantaneous reduced nanoindentation depth on the instantaneous nanoindentation load ( ) obtained during the unloading cycles at 105 and 103 (inset of Figure 9) loading rates employed in the present work. The solid lines indicate the corresponding power law fits.

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