Control of particle alignment in water by an alternating electric field.


We attempted to align a large number of silica particles dispersed in aqueous solution by controlling the alternating electric field between the two electrodes (400 microm apart). Relatively large particles (9.9 microm) were found to align forming strings in the direction parallel to the electric field while relatively small particles (2.0 and 4.9 microm… (More)


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