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- A Mason, A Nicoll, K Stratford
- The Journal of neuroscience : the official…
- 1991

Synaptic transmission between pairs of neurons in layer 2/3 of in vitro slices from the rat visual cortex was studied by dual intracellular recording. The intrinsic electrophysiological properties of these neurons suggested that they were pyramidal cells. More than 1/3 of the total number of synaptically connected neurons were stained by intracellular… (More)

- R Adhikari, K Stratford, M E Cates, A J Wagner
- 2005

– The lattice Boltzmann algorithm efficiently simulates the Navier Stokes equation of isothermal fluid flow, but ignores thermal fluctuations of the fluid, important in mesoscopic flows. We show how to adapt the algorithm to include noise, satisfying a fluctuation-dissipation theorem (FDT) directly at lattice level: this gives correct fluctuations for mass… (More)

- K Stratford, R Adhikari, I Pagonabarraga, J-C Desplat, M E Cates
- Science
- 2005

Colloidal particles or nanoparticles, with equal affinity for two fluids, are known to adsorb irreversibly to the fluid-fluid interface. We present large-scale computer simulations of the demixing of a binary solvent containing such particles. The newly formed interface sequesters the colloidal particles; as the interface coarsens, the particles are forced… (More)

- K. Stratford
- 2005

A new description of the binary fluid problem via the lattice Boltzmann method is presented which highlights the use of the moments in constructing two equilibrium distribution functions. This offers a number of benefits, including better isotropy, and a more natural route to the inclusion of multiple relaxation times for the binary fluid problem. In… (More)

- M E Cates, J-C Desplat, +4 authors I Pagonabarraga
- Philosophical transactions. Series A…
- 2005

We describe some scaling issues that arise when using lattice Boltzmann (LB) methods to simulate binary fluid mixtures--both in the presence and absence of colloidal particles. Two types of scaling problem arise: physical and computational. Physical scaling concerns how to relate simulation parameters to those of the real world. To do this effectively… (More)

- G. J. Ackland, K. D'Mellow, S. L. Daraszewicz, D. J. Hepburn, M. Uhrin, K. Stratford
- Computer Physics Communications
- 2011

- E Kim, K Stratford, R Adhikari, M E Cates
- Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and…
- 2008

We use lattice Boltzmann simulations to investigate the formation of arrested structures upon demixing of a binary solvent containing neutrally wetting colloidal particles. Previous simulations for symmetric fluid quenches pointed to the formation of "bijels": bicontinuous interfacially jammed emulsion gels. These should be created when a glassy monolayer… (More)

- Andrew G Haldane, Gareth Anderson, +26 authors Rahul Thakrar
- 2015

In March 2009 the Bank of England cut official UK interest rates to 0.5%, their lowest-ever level. Financial markets did not expect this low level of interest rates to persist, with the first rise expected nine months later in December 2009. Yet six years on, official UK interest rates remain at 0.5%. The first rise in UK interest rates is still expected… (More)

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