Electrical double layer properties of spherical oxide nanoparticles.

@article{Hunley2016ElectricalDL,
  title={Electrical double layer properties of spherical oxide nanoparticles.},
  author={Christian Hunley and Marcelo Marucho},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  year={2016},
  volume={19 7},
  pages={
          5396-5404
        }
}
The accurate characterization of the electrical double layer properties of nanoparticles is of fundamental importance for optimizing their physicochemical properties for specific biotechnological and biomedical applications. In this article, we use classical solvation density functional theory and a surface complexation model to investigate the effects of the pH and the nanoparticle size on the structural and electrostatic properties of an electrolyte solution surrounding a spherical silica… 

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