Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids

@article{Wang1952JournalOT,
  title={Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids},
  author={Jiuling Wang and Haimin Yao and Xinghua Shi},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1952},
  volume={170},
  pages={955-955}
}
Interaction of nanoparticles (NPs) with cell membrane is a crucial issue in studying drug delivery, photodynamic therapy system and cytotoxicity. Single NP with relatively small size cannot be fully wrapped by the cell membrane, which prohibits its uptake. One feasible way is cooperative entry, i.e., recruiting and assembling multiple small NPs to form a larger NP cluster to enter into a cell. In this work, we present theoretical analysis about the cooperative entry of multiple NPs. Through… 
Composites of Nanoporous Gold and Polymer
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It is found that generically there is a critical excess surface area at which the isotropic sphere becomes unstable to buckling, and adopts a lower symmetry wrinkled structure that can be described by a spherical harmonic deformation.
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Progress made in experimental tools and methods currently used for material characterization across multiple length scales is reviewed, as well as a discussion of how they have impacted the current understanding of the mechanics of hierarchical carbon-based materials.
Time-Scaling in Atomistics and the Rate-Dependent Mechanical Behavior of Nanostructures.
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This work uses a simple paradigmatical model of a metallic nanopillar to circumvent the time-scale bottleneck of conventional molecular dynamics and provide novel physical insights into the rate-dependence of mechanical behavior of nanostructures.
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