Effects of confinement and external fields on structure and transport in colloidal dispersions in reduced dimensionality

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Wilms, Dorothea
Henseler, Peter
Schwierz, Nadine
Virnau, Peter
Binder, Kurt
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Journal of Physics : Condensed Matter. 2012, 24(46), pp. 464119. ISSN 0953-8984. eISSN 1361-648X. Available under: doi: 10.1088/0953-8984/24/46/464119
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In this work, we focus on low-dimensional colloidal model systems, via simulation studies and also some complementary experiments, in order to elucidate the interplay between phase behavior, geometric structures and transport properties. In particular, we try to investigate the (nonlinear!) response of these very soft colloidal systems to various perturbations: uniform and uniaxial pressure, laser fields, shear due to moving boundaries and randomly quenched disorder.
We study ordering phenomena on surfaces or in monolayers by Monte Carlo computer simulations of binary hard-disk mixtures, the influence of a substrate being modeled by an external potential. Weak external fields allow a controlled tuning of the miscibility of the mixture. We discuss the laser induced de-mixing for the three different possible couplings to the external potential.
The structural behavior of hard spheres interacting with repulsive screened Coulomb or dipolar interaction in 2D and 3D narrow constrictions is investigated using Brownian dynamics simulations. Due to misfits between multiples of the lattice parameter and the channel widths, a variety of ordered and disordered lattice structures have been observed. The resulting local lattice structures and defect probabilities are studied for various cross sections. The influence of a self-organized order within the system is reflected in the velocity of the particles and their diffusive behavior.
Additionally, in an experimental system of dipolar colloidal particles confined by gravity on a solid substrate we investigate the effect of pinning on the dynamics of a two-dimensional colloidal liquid.
This work contains sections reviewing previous work by the authors as well as new, unpublished results. Among the latter are detailed studies of the phase boundaries of the de-mixing regime in binary systems in external light fields, configurations for shear induced effects at structured walls, studies on the effect of confinement on the structures and defect densities in three-dimensional systems, the effect of confinement and barriers on two-dimensional flow and diffusion, and the effect of pinning sites on the diffusion.

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ISO 690WILMS, Dorothea, Sven DEUTSCHLÄNDER, Ullrich SIEMS, Kerstin FRANZRAHE, Peter HENSELER, Peter KEIM, Nadine SCHWIERZ, Peter VIRNAU, Kurt BINDER, Georg MARET, Peter NIELABA, 2012. Effects of confinement and external fields on structure and transport in colloidal dispersions in reduced dimensionality. In: Journal of Physics : Condensed Matter. 2012, 24(46), pp. 464119. ISSN 0953-8984. eISSN 1361-648X. Available under: doi: 10.1088/0953-8984/24/46/464119
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@article{Wilms2012-11-21Effec-21099,
  year={2012},
  doi={10.1088/0953-8984/24/46/464119},
  title={Effects of confinement and external fields on structure and transport in colloidal dispersions in reduced dimensionality},
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  volume={24},
  issn={0953-8984},
  journal={Journal of Physics : Condensed Matter},
  author={Wilms, Dorothea and Deutschländer, Sven and Siems, Ullrich and Franzrahe, Kerstin and Henseler, Peter and Keim, Peter and Schwierz, Nadine and Virnau, Peter and Binder, Kurt and Maret, Georg and Nielaba, Peter},
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