Electro-osmosis in a nanometer-scale channel studied by atomistic simulation

  title={Electro-osmosis in a nanometer-scale channel studied by atomistic simulation},
  author={Jonathan B. Freunda},
  • Jonathan B. Freunda
  • Published 2002
An atomistic simulation of an electro-osmotic flow in a 65.3 Å-wide channel is performed to study its physical details and evaluate continuum models. The working fluid is a 0.01 M solution ~at midchannel ! of Cl in water. For simplicity and computational efficiency, only negatively charged ions are included. The water is modeled by the SPC/E potential and the Cl 2 are modeled as point charges plus an established Lennard-Jones potential. The channel walls are fixed lattices of positively charged… CONTINUE READING
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