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Dynamic clusters for a low volume fraction liquid (a) and a sheared glass (b). Full circles represent particle initial positions and open circles are final positions after a shear strain <math>\gamma = 0.15</math>. Red/blue: moving in +/- y-direction. Green/orange: moving in +/- x-direction. Shear is in the y-direction.

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Authors: Christoph Eisenmann, Chanjoong Kim, Johan Mattsson, and David Weitz.

Date: February 4, 2009.

Departments of Physics and HSEAS, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138, USA

Preprint (2009). [1]

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