Particles inside Electrolytes with Ion-specific Interactions, Their Effective Charge Distributions and Effective Interactions

@article{Ding2016ParticlesIE,
  title={Particles inside Electrolytes with Ion-specific Interactions, Their Effective Charge Distributions and Effective Interactions},
  author={M. Ding and Y. Liang and Xiangjun Xing},
  journal={arXiv: Soft Condensed Matter},
  year={2016}
}
In this work, we explore the statistical physics of colloidal particles that interact with electrolytes via ion-specific interactions. Firstly we study particles interact weakly with electrolyte using linear response theory. We find that the mean potential around a particle is linearly determined by the {\em effective charge distribution} of the particle, which depends both on the bare charge distribution and on ion-specific interactions. We also discuss the effective interaction between two… Expand
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