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Imaging Atomic Rearrangements in Two-Dimensional Silica Glass: Watching Silica’s Dance

Pinshane Y. Huang, Simon Kurasch, Jonathan S. Alden, Ashivni Shekhawat, Alexander A. Alemi, Paul L. McEuen, James P. Sethna, Ute Kaiser, David A. Muller

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Movie S1
Annotated videos of ring rearrangement corresponding with Figure 1. (left) Video isolating the 5-7-5-7 to 6-6-6-6 ring rearrangement in Figure 1 B-E, with trajectories overlaid. (right) Larger view of area, corresponding with Figure 1 G-H. Each image has been smoothed, with graphene reflections removed. The fields of view: are 2.4 nm across (left) and 6.8 nm across (right). The original frame rate is 0.5 frames per second; movie is sped up 10x. All video formats are .avi with jpeg compression.
Movie S2
Unprocessed video containing regions from Movie S1. The full video in Movie S1 spans 14 images (28 s), for a total dose of ˜5x107 electrons/nm2. Original frame rate is 0.5 frames per second; movie is sped up 10x. The images are 7.5 nm across.
Movie S3
Video of shear region corresponding with Figure 3, with overlaid annotations matching those in Figure 3. Color overlay shows the four distinct regions with different motions in Figure 3; white boxes and colored dots indicate the three atoms highlighted in Figure 3 C-E. Each image is 13.5 nm across and has been smoothed, with the main graphene reflections suppressed. Original frame rate is 0.5 frames per second; movie is sped up 10x.
Movie S4
Video of entire interface in Figure S6, with a square indicating the region shown in Figure 4A-D. (37 frames at 2s intervals, total dose of 1 x108 electrons/nm2). Movie is sped up 10x. The field of view is 14.8 nm across.
Movie S5
Unprocessed videos containing regions from Movies S3 and S4 (37 frames at 2s intervals, total dose of 1 x108 electrons/nm2). Movie is sped up 10x. The field of view is 14.8 nm across.