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- Jerome Fung, Kevin E. Martin, Rebecca W. Perry, David M Kaz, Ryan McGorty, Vinothan N. Manoharan
- Optics express
- 2011

We discuss a new method for simultaneously probing translational, rotational, and vibrational dynamics in dilute colloidal suspensions using digital holographic microscopy (DHM). We record digital holograms of clusters of 1-μm-diameter colloidal spheres interacting through short-range attractions, and we fit the holograms to an exact model of the scattering… (More)

- Thomas G. Dimiduk, Rebecca W. Perry, Jerome Fung, Vinothan N. Manoharan
- Applied optics
- 2014

Fitting scattering solutions to time series of digital holograms is a precise way to measure three-dimensional dynamics of microscale objects such as colloidal particles. However, this inverse-problem approach is computationally expensive. We show that the computational time can be reduced by an order of magnitude or more by fitting to a random subset of… (More)

- Rebecca W. Perry, Miranda C. Holmes-Cerfon, Michael P. Brenner, Vinothan N. Manoharan
- Physical review letters
- 2015

We study experimentally what is arguably the simplest yet nontrivial colloidal system: two-dimensional clusters of six spherical particles bound by depletion interactions. These clusters have multiple, degenerate ground states whose equilibrium distribution is determined by entropic factors, principally the symmetry. We observe the equilibrium… (More)

- Rebecca W. Perry, Vinothan N. Manoharan
- Soft matter
- 2016

Clusters of spherical particles are called "colloidal molecules" because they adopt structures that resemble those of true molecules. In this analogy, the particles are the atoms, the attractive interactions between them are bonds, and the different structures that appear in equilibrium are isomers. We take this analogy a step further by doping colloidal… (More)

2. To make a sample chamber, center the small coverslip on the large coverslip and separate them with narrow strips of 30-μm-thick Mylar R © A film parallel to the long edges of the large coverslip. With the two coverslips clamped together (e.g., with binder clips), use UV-curing Norland Optical Adhesive 61 and a UV lamp to seal the two edges of the small… (More)

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