Understanding How Charged Nanoparticles Electrostatically Assemble and Distribute in 1-D.

@article{Carroll2016UnderstandingHC,
  title={Understanding How Charged Nanoparticles Electrostatically Assemble and Distribute in 1-D.},
  author={Keith M Carroll and Heiko Wolf and Armin W Knoll and Jennifer E. Curtis and Yadong Zhang and Seth R Marder and Elisa Riedo and Urs Duerig},
  journal={Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids},
  year={2016},
  volume={32 51},
  pages={
          13600-13610
        }
}
The effects of increasing the driving forces for a 1-D assembly of nanoparticles onto a surface are investigated with experimental results and models. Modifications, which take into account not only the particle-particle interactions but also particle-surface interactions, to previously established extended random sequential adsorption simulations are… CONTINUE READING