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KMLC simulations of stacking-fault nucleation on Ir(111) An important defect during epitaxial growth of fcc(111) metal surfaces is the formation of stacking-faults due to nucleation of adatom islands in hcp binding sites. For the case of island nucleation on Ir(111) it has been recently shown that the diffusion behavior of small clusters determines the temperature dependence of the stacking-fault island density [6]. In order to implement the formation of stacking-fault islands in a lattice Monte Carlo model, we have developed an improved KLMC code that includes stacking fault positions and cluster diffusion by concerted motion.

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