Viscoelasticity and shear flow of concentrated , noncrystallizing colloidal suspensions : Comparison with mode-coupling theory

@inproceedings{Siebenbiirger2010ViscoelasticityAS,
  title={Viscoelasticity and shear flow of concentrated , noncrystallizing colloidal suspensions : Comparison with mode-coupling theory},
  author={Miriam Siebenbiirger},
  year={2010}
}
  • Miriam Siebenbiirger
  • Published 2010
We present a comprehensive rheological study of a suspension of thermosensitive particles dispersed in water. The volume fraction of these particles can be adjusted by the temperature of the system in a continuous fashion. Due to the finite polydispersity of the particles (standard deviation: 17%), crystallization is suppressed and no fluid-crystal transition intervenes. Hence, the moduli G' and G" in the linear viscoelastic regime as well as the flow curves (shear stress a( y) as function of… CONTINUE READING
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