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00:25, 29 November 2009 AnandImage2.jpg (file) 64 KB Mechanical response of the interfacial composite material of an armored bubble. (a-d) A prolate ellipsoidal bubble is subjected to uniaxial compression. The ICM undergoes plastic rearrangement and eventually extends a major axis orthogonal to the origin 1
23:31, 28 November 2009 AnandImage1.jpg (file) 55 KB Stable support of different anisotropic armored interfaces with various prticle sizes and bubble sizes. (a) Ellipsoidal bubble obtained by fusing two spherical armored bubbles. (b) Extremely high aspect-ratio gas bubbles such as these mm-length spherocy 1
18:44, 21 November 2009 FanTrimer.jpg (file) 12 KB SEM image of a single trimer. From: '''Authors''': Jonathan A. Fan, Chih Hui Wu, Jiming Bao, Rizia Bardhan, Naomi J. Halas, Vinny Manoharan, Gennady Shvets, and Federico Capasso. '''Date''': 2009 (in review). School of Engineering and Applied Scie 1
18:01, 21 November 2009 FanData1.jpg (file) 83 KB Electrostatic simulation of a trimer with core/shell aspect ratio of 62nm/102nm and a dielectric spacer between the particles whose thickness is taken as the independent variable. (A) Resonant wavelengths for different modes as a function of gap separati 1
17:37, 21 November 2009 FanDiagram1.jpg (file) 13 KB Diagram of plasmonic nanostructure self-assembly. Here, metallic nanoparticles in solution are assembled to create non-touching plasmonic clusters, because they are coated with dielectric consisting of polymer or silica. The trimer may be thought of as 1
04:40, 11 November 2009 AizenbergImage2.jpg (file) 22 KB Schematic of the proposed mechanism of particle ordering in the fabrication of ordered 2D arrays of single colloidal particles. From: '''Authors''': Joanna Aizenberg, Paul V. Braun, and Pierre Wiltzius. '''Date''': March 27, 2000. Lucent Technolog 1
04:00, 11 November 2009 AizenbergImage1.jpg (file) 51 KB Light micrographs showing localized deposition of charged colloidal particles controlled by micropatterned ionic self-assembled monolayers. (a) Positively charged spheres attach to negatively charged regions of a wet template. The inset shows a scanning 1
20:58, 31 October 2009 EisenmannData2.jpg (file) 30 KB Dynamic clusters for a low volume fraction liquid (a) and a sheared glass (b). Full circles represent particle initial positions and open circles are final positions after a shear strain <math>\gamma = 0.15</math>. Red/blue: moving in +/- ''y''-directio 2
20:39, 31 October 2009 EisenmannData1.jpg (file) 34 KB (a) Mean squared displacement (MSD) versus strain of a sheared colloidal glass for different strain rates. The inset shows the distribution function of particle displacement for <math>\gamma = 0.08</math> (non-Gaussian, red squares) and <math>\gamma = 1< 1
03:23, 25 October 2009 Lamella1.jpg (file) 58 KB Diagram of lamellar layers formed by surfactant in high concentration. From: Barrett Research Group home page, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (2009). [http://barrett-group.mcgill.ca/teaching/liquid_crystal/LC05.htm] 1
20:25, 24 October 2009 PautotDropletFormation.jpg (file) 23 KB Edge of a water drop that has been placed in dodecane containing 0.25 mg/mL POPC. Here one can see a droplet forming at the interface between dodecane and water. '''Authors''': Sophie Pautot, Barbara J. Frisken, Ji-Xin Cheng, X. Sunney Xie, and [[David 1
22:30, 16 October 2009 FibrousNetwork.jpg (file) 24 KB Visualization of a network of a specific filament rigidity cross-link density, in the crossover regime between floppy and rigid. From: D. Head, Research Centre, Forschungszentrum J├╝lich. [http://web.mac.com/david.head/Academic/Biophysics.html] 1
21:06, 16 October 2009 WyartNetworkShear1.jpg (file) 50 KB (a) Stretching a zigzag chain of springs that are freely hinged costs no energy until they are aligned. (b) A random network of 10,000 particles, when subjected to shear, exhibits a heterogeneous response. The coordination is ''z'' = 4.0, and the shear s 1
21:12, 3 October 2009 KwonSheetShapes1.jpg (file) 15 KB Theoretically predicted beam shapes and meniscus locations for the cases that (I) the top plate is not long enough to come into contact with the substrate, (II) the top plate is long enough to come into contact with the substrate but not long enough to li 1
19:43, 3 October 2009 KwonDropDiagram1.jpg (file) 27 KB Diagrams of the liquid drop between the substrate and the elastic surface, with photographs from experiment. In case (a), the glass sheet is relatively stiff due to its large height (1.85 mm) above the parafilm substrate. In case (b), the sheet acts mor 1
20:28, 20 September 2009 DewLeaf.jpg (file) 83 KB Droplets of water on the surface of a leaf, an example of adhesion between a liquid and a solid. 1
19:43, 20 September 2009 GhatakData1.jpg (file) 45 KB From: A. Ghatak, L. Mahadevan and M. Chaudhury, "Measuring the Work of Adhesion between a Soft Confined Film and a Flexible Plate". ''Langmuir'', 21, 1277-81, 2005. *(a) T 1
17:10, 20 September 2009 PeelTestDiagram1.jpg (file) 19 KB From: A. Ghatak, L. Mahadevan and M. Chaudhury, "Measuring the Work of Adhesion between a Soft Confined Film and a Flexible Plate". ''Langmuir'', 21, 1277-81, 2005. Schema 1
20:03, 13 September 2009 CluzelData2.jpg (file) 64 KB Data from Cluzel et al. "Hidden Stochastic Nature of a Single Bacterial Motor". "Probability density functions of CCW ( gray) and CW (black) time intervals as a function of CW bias. The bin size is 0.1 sec. Fit with gamma distribution function (white li 1
19:51, 13 September 2009 CluzelEnergyDiagram4.jpg (file) 31 KB (A) Energy diagram for bacterial motor subunits from Cluzel et al. "Hidden stochastic nature of a single bacterial motor". Part (B) represents domain growth of the ring of the motor. On the left, one can see birth and growth of active domains, until the 1
19:08, 12 September 2009 SelfAssembly1.jpg (file) 611 KB Snapshot of a coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulation of a block co-polymer double bilayer in water. The left panel shows the full simulation, while the right panel shows only a few molecules for clarity. The red blocks are hydrophilic, the green blo 1