· Colloidal particles at liquid interfaces represents a rapidly expanding area of soft matter science. The dramatic growth in interest in these systems has until now been primarily driven by the discovery of multiphase systems such as emulsions and foams stabilised solely by particle adsorption. However, more recently, there has been a growing ...
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We study the rheological behavior of colloidal suspensions composed of soft submicronsize hydrogel particles across the liquidsolid transition. The measured stress and strainrate data, when normalized by thermal stress and time scales, suggest our systems reside in a regime wherein thermal effec .
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Soft cavitation in colloidal droplets. Myrthe A. Bruning, *a ClausDieter Ohl b and Alvaro Marin *a. Author affiliations. * Corresponding authors. a Physics of Fluids Group, Faculty of Science and Technology, Mesa+ Institute, University of Twente, 7500 AE Enschede, The Netherlands. Email:,
The rich state diagrams of mixtures involving soft colloidal glasses and additives (linear polymers, soft or hard particles) suggest the possibility to tailor their flow properties, often in unprecedented ways, by means of osmotic interactions.
The assembly of discshaped particles at curved liquid–liquid interfaces was studied by using confocal microscopy. The interface is formed by a phaseseparating critical liquid mixture of 2,6lutidine and heavy water, where the colloids spontaneously assembled forming a dome. The novelty of this system is th
· Colloidal particles at liquid interfaces represents a rapidly expanding area of soft matter science. The dramatic growth in interest in these systems has until now been primarily driven by the discovery of multiphase systems such as emulsions and foams stabilised solely by particle adsorption.
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· Colloidal particles, which consist of clusters of hundreds or thousands of atoms, can still resemble atomic systems. In particular, colloids have been used to study the packing of spheres and the influence of shortrange interactions on crystallization and melting. Manoharan reviews these similarities, as well as the cases in which colloidal particles show behavior not seen in atomic systems.
· Colloid transport in fractured rock formations is an important process impacting the fate of pollutants in the subsurface. Despite intensive and outstanding research on their transport phenomena, the impact of smallscale surface heterogeneity on colloid .
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· Food colloids and soft matter at interfaces We seek to understand how the surface of food particles dictates the way they interact with one another. All food is colloidal,, consists of collections of particles of some sort or another: oil droplets (emulsions) air bubbles (foams) starch granules, cell walls etc., plus all food is processed in some way.
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Colloidal minerals are taken from clay or shale deposits. Historically, some Native American tribes used clay as medicine. The medicinal use of claybased products in modern days was first ...
Colloids (also known as colloidal solutions or colloidal systems) are mixtures in which microscopically dispersed insoluble particles of one substance are suspended in another substance. The size of the suspended particles in a colloid can range from 1 to 1000 nanometres (109 metres).
· We review colloidal photonic crystals made of soft materials and their fabriing process. There are two approaches to fabrie highquality colloidal photonic crystals, a singlecrystallike sheet of loosely packed, colloidal crystal and closepacked film.
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