Kelley Lynch Heatley

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Colloidal particles adjacent to electrodes have been observed to exhibit drastically different aggregation behavior depending on the identity of the suspending electrolyte. For example, particles suspended in potassium chloride aggregate laterally near the electrode upon application of a low-frequency (∼100 Hz) oscillatory electric field, but the same(More)
T. J. Woehl, B. J. Chen, K. L. Heatley, N. H. Talken, S. C. Bukosky, C. S. Dutcher, and W. D. Ristenpart Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of California Davis, Davis, California 95616, USA Air Quality Research Center, University of California Davis, Davis, California 95616, USA (Received 5 August 2014; revised manuscript(More)
Colloidal particles are envisioned as analogues of atoms and molecules, however they often lack the complexities present in their counterparts. In this work, we report the assembly of colloidal molecules from a binary mixture of polystyrene spheres (1, 1.6, 2, and 4 μm) under an alternating current electric field. The rich family of assembled oligomers(More)
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