Unravelling the anomalous dielectric permittivity of nanoconfined electrolyte solutions.


The dielectric properties of sodium chloride solutions confined in a hydrophilic nanocavity were investigated by means of molecular dynamics simulations. Unlike what is observed in the bulk phase, three dielectric regimes were evidenced, namely an anomalous increase in the dielectric permittivity at low concentrations (with respect to confined pure water… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c5nr00508f

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