van Megen W
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Observation of a glass transition in suspensions of spherical colloidal particles.
Glass transition in colloidal hard spheres: Measurement and mode-coupling-theory analysis of the coherent intermediate scattering function.
Glass transition in colloidal hard spheres: Mode-coupling theory analysis.
Coherent intermediate scattering functions are measured by dynamic light scattering for several wave vectors around the structure factor peak on metastable colloidal fluids and glasses of hard… Expand
Structure of crystals of hard colloidal spheres.
- Pusey, van Megen W, Bartlett, Ackerson, Rarity, Underwood
- Physics, Medicine
- Physical review letters
- 18 December 1989
We report light-scattering measurements of powder diffraction patterns of crystals of essentially hard colloidal spheres. These are consistent with structures formed by stacking close-packed planes… Expand
Nonergodicity parameters of colloidal glasses.
Nonergodicity parameters, the nondecaying components of the coherent intermediate scattering functions, of «hard-sphere» colloidal glasses were measured by dynamic light scattering. These agree… Expand
Dynamic light-scattering study of the glass transition in a colloidal suspension.
Dynamic-light-scattering study of glasses of hard colloidal spheres.
Observation of accelerated nucleation in dense colloidal fluids of hard sphere particles.
Optical Contrast Variation Study of Nonaqueous Suspensions of Polymer Particles.
- Bryant, Mortensen, E. Henderson, Williams, van Megen W
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of colloid and interface science
- 15 August 1999
We analyze the core-shell structure of sterically stabilized hard sphere polymer colloids by optical contrast variation. Modified polymer particles are used which have the same refractive index as… Expand
Structure of colloidal glasses calculated by the molecular-dynamics method and measured by light scattering.
Static structure factors S(q) were measured by laser light scattering for very concentrated systems of spherical, near-monosized, sterically stabilized particles dispersed in nonpolar liquids. A… Expand