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The adsorption or adhesion of large particles (proteins, colloids, cells,. . .) at the liquid-solid interface plays an important role in many diverse applications. Despite the apparent complexity of the process, two features are particularly important: 1) the adsorption is often irreversible on experimental time scales and 2) the adsorption rate is limited… (More)

- G. Tarjus
- 2005

One of the most spectacular phenomena in physics in terms of dynamical range is the glass transition and the associated slowing down of flow and relaxation with decreasing temperature. That it occurs in many different liquids seems to call for a " universal " theory. In this article, we review one such theoretical approach which is based on the concept of "… (More)

We investigate both analytically and by numerical simulation the kinetics of a microscopic model of hard rods adsorbing on a linear substrate, a model which is relevant for compaction of granular materials. The computer simulations use an event-driven algorithm which is particularly efficient at very long times. For a small, but finite desorption rate, the… (More)

We provide a framework to build periodic boundary conditions on the pseudosphere (or hyperbolic plane), the infinite two-dimensional Riemannian space of constant negative curvature. Starting from the common case of periodic boundary conditions in the Euclidean plane, we introduce all the needed mathematical notions and sketch a classification of periodic… (More)

We use recently introduced three-point dynamic susceptibilities to obtain an experimental determination of the temperature evolution of the number of molecules Ncorr that are dynamically correlated during the structural relaxation of supercooled liquids. We first discuss in detail the physical content of three-point functions that relate the sensitivity of… (More)

We present a consistent picture of the respective role of density (rho) and temperature (T) in the viscous slowing down of glassforming liquids and polymers. Specifically, based in part upon a new analysis of simulation and experimental data on liquid ortho-terphenyl, we conclude that a zeroth-order description of the approach to the glass transition (in… (More)

- M Grousson, G Tarjus, P Viot
- 2000

Phase diagram of an Ising model with long-range frustrating interactions: a theoretical analysis. Abstract We present a theoretical study of the phase diagram of a frustrated Ising model with nearest-neighbor ferromagnetic interactions and long-range (Coulombic) antiferromagnetic interactions. For nonzero frustration, long-range ferromagnetic order is… (More)

- L. Chayes, V. J. Emery, G. Tarjus
- 1996

We study the effects of weak long-ranged antiferromagnetic interactions of strength Q on a spin model with predominant short-ranged ferromagnetic interactions. In three dimensions, this model exhibits an avoided critical point in the sense that the critical temperature Tc(Q = O) is strictly greater than limQ_o Tc(Q). The behavior of this system at… (More)

We show that, in the equilibrium phase of glass-forming hard-sphere fluids in three dimensions, the static length scales tentatively associated with the dynamical slowdown and the dynamical length characterizing spatial heterogeneities in the dynamics unambiguously decorrelate. The former grow at a much slower rate than the latter when density increases.… (More)

- E Kierlik, M L Rosinberg, G Tarjus, P Viot
- 2000

We study the relation between out-of-equilibrium (hysteretic) and equilibrium behavior in the capillary condensation of Ñuids in disordered mesoporous solids. Using mean-Ðeld density functional theory, we show that a simple lattice-gas model can reproduce the major experimental observations and that the classical van der Waals picture of metastability fails… (More)