Forming quasicrystals by monodisperse soft core particles


In traditional approaches to form quasicrystals, multiple competing length scales involved in particle size, shape, or interaction potential are believed to be necessary. It is unexpected that quasicrystals can be formed by monodisperse, isotropic particles interacting via a simple potential that does not contain explicit multiple length scales to stabilize… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/s41467-017-02316-3


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