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== '''SEAS Faculty - Selected publications on soft matter and complex fluids''' ==
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= SEAS Soft Matter Wiki =
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The students of APP225 and APP226 are creating a soft matter wiki:
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* Each student in [[APPHY 225 in the fall of 2008]] prepared a final wiki entry.
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* Each student in [[APPHY 225 in the fall of 2009]] prepared regular wiki entries.
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* Each student in [[APPHY 225 in the fall of 2010]] prepared regular wiki entries.
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* Each student in [[APPHY 225 in the fall of 2011]] prepared regular wiki entries.
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* Each student in [[APPHY 225 in the fall of 2012]] prepared regular wiki entries.
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* Each student in [[APPHY 226 in the spring of 2009]] prepared regular wiki entries.
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* Each student in [[APPHY 226 in the spring of 2012]] prepared regular wiki entries.
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[http://soft-matter.seas.harvard.edu/index.php/Special:AllPages '''Index to the SEAS Soft Matter Wiki'''] (Just hit Go when the menu appears.)
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== '''Topic Keywords for Fall 2012 Wiki Entries''' ==
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[[Topic 1: Brownian Motion]]
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[[Topic 2: Surface Forces]]
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[[Topic 3: Stability of thin films]]
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[[Topic 4: Surfactants]]
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== '''Selected publications on soft matter and complex fluids - SEAS Faculty''' ==
  
 
Within applied physics in SEAS a number of faculty conduct fundamental research on soft matter and complex fluids. They study materials highly deformable by externally applied stresses, electric or magnetic fields, or thermal fluctuations, including polymers, liquid crystals, fluids and complex fluids, surfactants, colloids, foams, and emulsions; they study fluid interfaces and avalanches in granular materials and the non-equilibrium dynamics of disordered systems.
 
Within applied physics in SEAS a number of faculty conduct fundamental research on soft matter and complex fluids. They study materials highly deformable by externally applied stresses, electric or magnetic fields, or thermal fluctuations, including polymers, liquid crystals, fluids and complex fluids, surfactants, colloids, foams, and emulsions; they study fluid interfaces and avalanches in granular materials and the non-equilibrium dynamics of disordered systems.
  
Over the past several years a large number of publications have evolved from this research. The links in the following table are examples (about 270 recent papers!):
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Over the past several years a large number of publications have evolved from this research. The following table contains links to a page for each faculty member and a list of publications on soft matter and/or complex fluids (including some publications by faculty outside SEAS) Over 800 papers!
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One goal for courses in soft matter and complex fluids is to prepare students to contribute to this research.
  
 
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
| width=150 | [[Joanna Aizenberg]]
 
| width=150 | [[Joanna Aizenberg]]
(1-8)
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(1-8, JA9-44)
 
| width=150 | [[Michael Brenner]]
 
| width=150 | [[Michael Brenner]]
(9-34)
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(9-34, MB35-51)
 
| width=150 | [[Philippe Cluzel]]
 
| width=150 | [[Philippe Cluzel]]
(35-42)
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(35-42, PC43-47)
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
| [[Jene Golovchenko]]
 
| [[Jene Golovchenko]]
(43)
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(43, JG44-56)
 
| [[L. Mahadevan]]
 
| [[L. Mahadevan]]
(44-79)
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(44-79, LM80-119)
 
| [[Vinny Manoharan]]
 
| [[Vinny Manoharan]]
(227-232)
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(227-232,VM233-246)
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
| [[Daniel Needleman]]
 
| [[Daniel Needleman]]
(80-87)
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(80-87, DN88-97)
 
| [[David Nelson]]
 
| [[David Nelson]]
 
(88-94)
 
(88-94)
 
| [[Peter Pershan]]
 
| [[Peter Pershan]]
(95-116)
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(95-116, PP117-119)
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| [[Sharad Ramanathan]]
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| [[Shriram Ramanathan]]
 
(269-270)
 
(269-270)
 
| [[Frans Spaepen]]
 
| [[Frans Spaepen]]
(117-129)
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(117-129, FS130-136)
| [[David Weitz]]
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| [[Zhigang Suo]]
(130-184)
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(ZS1-ZS56)
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[David Weitz]]
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(130-184, DW185-307)
 
| Outside SEAS
 
| Outside SEAS
 
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|[[George Whitesides]], Physics 
| [[George Whitesides]]
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(185-208, GW209-241)
(185-208)
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| [[Howard Stone]]
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| [[Eric Dufresne]], Yale
(233-268)
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(ED1-42)
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|  [[Seth Fraden]], Brandeis
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(271-291, SF292-296)
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| [[Corey O'Hern]], Yale
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(OH1-50)
 
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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[[Chinedum Osuji]], Yale
| [[Seth Fraden]]
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(CO1-39)
(271-291)
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|[[Howard Stone]], Princeton
|[[And others]]
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(233-269, HS270-321)
(209-226, 292-303)
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| [[And others]]
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(209-226, 292-312)
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These publications illuminate fundamental concepts in soft matter and complex fluids. One of our goals for courses in soft matter and complex fluids is to prepare students to contribute to this high level of research. (The numbers of the references are used to group papers on similar topics in soft matter to be used in APPHY 225, See below.)
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[[Relevant faculty publications]] were numbered and the numbers grouped to correspond (roughly!) to the course syllabi.
  
  
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Prerequisite: Knowledge of thermodynamics and basic statistical mechanics and some familiarity with phase diagrams and differential equations.
 
Prerequisite: Knowledge of thermodynamics and basic statistical mechanics and some familiarity with phase diagrams and differential equations.
  
* Textbooks for AP225 are:
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== Lectures for AP225 ==
** ''Soft condensed matter '' by R.A.L. Jones; Oxford University Press: New York; 2002
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** ''Structured fluids: Polymers, colloids, surfactants'' by T. A. Witten (with P. A. Pincus); Oxford University Press: New York; 2004
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* Class notes and additions by the students in APPHY 225 in 2008 were combined to create this wiki. Succeeding classes add more content.
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* The following show links between the topics in APPHY 225 and the soft-matter wiki:
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! width=300 | Topic
 
! width=300 | Topic
 
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| Topic 1
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| Week 1
 
| [[General Introduction]]
 
| [[General Introduction]]
 
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| Topic 2
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| Week 2
 
| [[Surface Forces]]
 
| [[Surface Forces]]
 
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| Topic 3
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| Weeks 3-4
 
| [[Capillarity and wetting]]
 
| [[Capillarity and wetting]]
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| Topic 4
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| Weeks 5-6
 
| [[Polymers and polymer solutions]]
 
| [[Polymers and polymer solutions]]
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| Topic 5
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| Week 7
 
| [[Surfactants]]
 
| [[Surfactants]]
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| Topic 6
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| Week 8
 
| [[Phases and Phase Diagrams]]
 
| [[Phases and Phase Diagrams]]
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| Topic 7
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| Week 9
 
| [[Charged interfaces]]
 
| [[Charged interfaces]]
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| Topic 8
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| Week 10
 
| [[Thin "soft" films and colloidal stability]]
 
| [[Thin "soft" films and colloidal stability]]
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| Topic 9
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| Week 11
 
| [[Viscosity, elasticity, and viscoelasticity]]
 
| [[Viscosity, elasticity, and viscoelasticity]]
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| Topic 10
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| Week 12
 
| [[ Emulsions and foams ]]
 
| [[ Emulsions and foams ]]
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
 
|- valign = "top" align = "center"
| Topic 11
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| Week 13
 
| [[Soft matter - Course review ]]
 
| [[Soft matter - Course review ]]
 
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* Each student in APPHY 225 in the fall of 2008 also prepared a final wiki entry:
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== Final Project for AP225 Fall 2011 ==
  
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The keywords created by the class during the semester as they wrote summaries of published papers were are listed here:
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| width=150 | [[Media:Alimsijah_AP225_Proj.pdf|Tom Alimsijah]]
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| width=150 | [[FinalWikiNefeli |Nefeli Georgoulia]]
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| width=150 |[[FinalWikiDahlia | Dahlia Goldfeld]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[FinalWikiClinton | Clinton Hansen]]
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| [[FinalWikiNick | Nick Hutzler]]
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| [[FinalWikiMartelj | Joe Martel]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[FinalWikiSally | SeungYeon Kang]]
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| [[FinalWikiLidiya | Lidiya Mishchenko]]
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| [[FinalWikiMichaelPetralia | Michael Petralia]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[FinalWikiAlex | Alex Nemiroski]]
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| [[FinalWikiMumukeu | Nan Niu]]
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| [[Soft Matter and Clouds|Brandy Pappas]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[FinalWikiApeters | Amanda Peters]]
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| [[FinalWikiJulia | Julia Rasmussen]]
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| [[FinalWikiRshankar | Raji Shankar]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[FinalWikiNsinha | Naveen Sinha]]
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| [[FinalWikiVader | David Vader]]
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| [[FinalWikiIzeljkov | Ilija Zeljkovic]]
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|}
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* The fall 2009 class will use the SEAS publications above as the basis for soft-matter wiki entries. The publications are grouped according to the lecture topics:
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[[Keyword for wiki entries|All keywords for AP225 Fall 2011]]
  
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Those keywords were parsed for the most important concepts, duplicates removed, and are listed here:
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! width=565 | Recent publications from SEAS et alii (See bibliography above)
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| '''General introduction'''
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| 35,36, 44, 47, 72, 88, 92, 119, 155, 166, 170, 179, 180, 278
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| '''Surface forces'''
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| 32, 33, 59, 70, 93, 98, 100, 104, 106, 110, 114, 116, 117, 118, 127, 128, 129, 173, 204, 225, 288
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| '''Capillarity and wetting'''
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| 3, 4, 13, 16, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 34, 49, 53, 55, 62, 63, 64, 66, 71, 74, 77, 95, 96, 97, 99, 101, 102, 105, 112, 116, 144,  149, 150, 158, 185, 186, 193, 196, 197, 200, 201, 208, 209, 211, 213, 215, 217, 218, 220, 221, 224, 226, 233, 236, 243, 245, 254, 256
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|- valign = "center" align = "left"
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| '''Polymers and polymer solutions'''
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| 31,43, 48, 80, 94, 133, 147
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|- valign = "center" align = "left"
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| '''Surfactants and spontaneous ordering'''
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| 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 12, 17, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 56, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 109, 111, 113, 137, 139, 172, 184, 198, 199, 202, 203, 205, 206, 207, 212, 214, 216, 219, 227, 228, 229, 232, 272, 276, 277, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 289, 290
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|- valign = "center" align = "left"
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| '''Equilibria and phase diagrams'''
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| 10, 11, 28, 89, 90, 91, 103, 107, 108, 115, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 134, 176, 177, 178, 181, 222, 230, 252, 265, 271, 275, 279, 291
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|- valign = "center" align = "left"
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| '''Charged interfaces'''
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| 7, 8, 12, 26, 27, 133a, 240, 241, 273
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|- valign = "center" align = "left"
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| '''Colloidal stability'''
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| 20, 29, 52, 131, 141, 157, 161, 163, 165, 167, 280
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|- valign = "center" align = "left"
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| '''Rheology and viscoelasticity'''
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| 18, 23, 45, 46, 48, 50, 51, 54, 58, 60, 61, 65, 67, 68, 73, 75, 76, 78, 135, 136, 138, 142, 145, 148, 152,153, 156, 159, 160, 169, 174, 175, 183, 192, 21, 244, 247, 250, 259, 260
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| '''Foams'''
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| 14, 30, 57, 69, 162, 168, 187, 188, 190, 191, 194, 195, 223, 235, 237, 238, 239, 242, 246, 248, 249, 253, 257, 263, 274
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|- valign = "center" align = "left"
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| '''Emulsions'''
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| 72, 130, 131, 132, 138, 143, 146, 164, 171, 189, 231, 234, 251, 255, 258, 261, 262, 264, 266, 267, 268
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|- valign = "center" align = "left"
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| '''Summary and review'''
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Those entries can be found here:
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[[Keywords - undefined|Keywords to be used for the final project]]
  
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A page has already been created for all. On those pages are links to the papers the class reviewed this semester and to lecture slides.
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| width=150 |[[Dariela Almeda]]
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A more complete listing of topics from the lectures are in this index:
| width=150 |[[William Daley Bonificio]]
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| width=150 |[[Michelle A Borkin]]
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[[Keywords for lectures - alphabetical order]]
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| [[Ian Bruce Burgess]]
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| [[Maja Clare Cassidy]]
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| [[Rupak Chakraborty]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[Nicholas Edward Chisholm]]
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| [[Pei-Hua Chuang]]
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| [[Sujit Sankar Datta]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[Nikolai Alexandrovich Eroshenko]]
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| [[Joerg Fritz]]
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| [[Ashok Ashwin Kumar]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[Hsin-I Lu]]
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| [[Holly Alice McIlwee]]
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| [[Antony G Orth]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[Rebecca Wood Perry]]
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| [[Nicholas Benjamin Schade]]
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| [[Warren Lloyd Ung]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[Benjamin Huei-Yah Yang]]
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| [[Haifei Zhang]]
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| [[Xu Zhang]]
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=='''Applied Physics 226 : Introduction to Soft Matter - Capillarity and Wetting'''==
 
=='''Applied Physics 226 : Introduction to Soft Matter - Capillarity and Wetting'''==
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* Class notes are saved as pdf files on the iSites page for APPHY 226.
 
* Class notes are saved as pdf files on the iSites page for APPHY 226.
  
* Each student in APPHY 226 in the spring of 2009 prepared a weekly entry for the soft-matter wiki, usually based on a SEAS publication (a total of about 130 papers!):  
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* Each student in [[APPHY 226 in the spring of 2009]] prepared a weekly entry for the soft-matter wiki (about 130 papers!):  
  
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* Each student in [[APPHY 226 in the spring of 2012]] is preparing a weekly entry for the soft-matter wiki.
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| width=150 |[[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Tom Alimsijah|Tom Alimsijah]]
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* A take-home final is given.
| width=150 |[[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Donald Aubrecht|Donald Aubrecht]]
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| width=150 |[[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Alexander Epstein|Alexander Epstein]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Nefeli Georgoulia|Nefeli Georgoulia]]
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| [[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Sung Hoon Kang|Sung Hoon Kang]]
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| [[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Tom Kodger|Tom Kodger]]
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|- valign = "top" align = "center"
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| [[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Sorell Massenburg|Sorell Massenburg]]
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| [[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Lidiya Mishchenko|Lidiya Mishchenko]]
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| [[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Nan Niu|Nan Niu]]
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|[[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Tony Orth|Tony Orth]]
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| [[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Naveen Sinha|Naveen Sinha]]
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| [[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Scott Tsai|Scott Tsai]]
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| [[Weekly_Wiki_Entries_for_APPHY_226%2C_Spring_2009#Zach Wissner-Gross|Zach Wissner-Gross]]
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==[http://soft-matter.seas.harvard.edu/index.php/Special:AllPages List of all pages in the wiki]==
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==[http://soft-matter.seas.harvard.edu/index.php/Special:PopularPages Most popular pages in the wiki.]==
 
==[http://soft-matter.seas.harvard.edu/index.php/Special:PopularPages Most popular pages in the wiki.]==

Latest revision as of 20:30, 19 November 2012

SEAS Soft Matter Wiki

The students of APP225 and APP226 are creating a soft matter wiki:


Index to the SEAS Soft Matter Wiki (Just hit Go when the menu appears.)


Topic Keywords for Fall 2012 Wiki Entries

Topic 1: Brownian Motion

Topic 2: Surface Forces

Topic 3: Stability of thin films

Topic 4: Surfactants

Selected publications on soft matter and complex fluids - SEAS Faculty

Within applied physics in SEAS a number of faculty conduct fundamental research on soft matter and complex fluids. They study materials highly deformable by externally applied stresses, electric or magnetic fields, or thermal fluctuations, including polymers, liquid crystals, fluids and complex fluids, surfactants, colloids, foams, and emulsions; they study fluid interfaces and avalanches in granular materials and the non-equilibrium dynamics of disordered systems.

Over the past several years a large number of publications have evolved from this research. The following table contains links to a page for each faculty member and a list of publications on soft matter and/or complex fluids (including some publications by faculty outside SEAS) Over 800 papers!

One goal for courses in soft matter and complex fluids is to prepare students to contribute to this research.

Joanna Aizenberg

(1-8, JA9-44)

Michael Brenner

(9-34, MB35-51)

Philippe Cluzel

(35-42, PC43-47)

Jene Golovchenko

(43, JG44-56)

L. Mahadevan

(44-79, LM80-119)

Vinny Manoharan

(227-232,VM233-246)

Daniel Needleman

(80-87, DN88-97)

David Nelson

(88-94)

Peter Pershan

(95-116, PP117-119)

Shriram Ramanathan

(269-270)

Frans Spaepen

(117-129, FS130-136)

Zhigang Suo

(ZS1-ZS56)

David Weitz

(130-184, DW185-307)

Outside SEAS George Whitesides, Physics

(185-208, GW209-241)

Eric Dufresne, Yale

(ED1-42)

Seth Fraden, Brandeis

(271-291, SF292-296)

Corey O'Hern, Yale

(OH1-50)

Chinedum Osuji, Yale

(CO1-39)

Howard Stone, Princeton

(233-269, HS270-321)

And others

(209-226, 292-312)

Relevant faculty publications were numbered and the numbers grouped to correspond (roughly!) to the course syllabi.



Applied Physics 225 : Introduction to Soft Matter.

Ian D. Morrison

Introduction to soft condensed matter, or “complex fluids,” including polymers, surfactants, emulsions, foams, and biological structures. Emphasis is on physical principles that govern bulk behavior. Students will understand the concepts, experimental techniques, and open questions. Prerequisite: Knowledge of thermodynamics and basic statistical mechanics and some familiarity with phase diagrams and differential equations.

Lectures for AP225

Schedule Topic
Week 1 General Introduction
Week 2 Surface Forces
Weeks 3-4 Capillarity and wetting
Weeks 5-6 Polymers and polymer solutions
Week 7 Surfactants
Week 8 Phases and Phase Diagrams
Week 9 Charged interfaces
Week 10 Thin "soft" films and colloidal stability
Week 11 Viscosity, elasticity, and viscoelasticity
Week 12 Emulsions and foams
Week 13 Soft matter - Course review

Final Project for AP225 Fall 2011

The keywords created by the class during the semester as they wrote summaries of published papers were are listed here:

All keywords for AP225 Fall 2011

Those keywords were parsed for the most important concepts, duplicates removed, and are listed here:

Keywords to be used for the final project

A page has already been created for all. On those pages are links to the papers the class reviewed this semester and to lecture slides.

A more complete listing of topics from the lectures are in this index:

Keywords for lectures - alphabetical order

Applied Physics 226 : Introduction to Soft Matter - Capillarity and Wetting

Ian D. Morrison

This introductory course considers phenomena strongly influenced by surface tensions, high curvatures, thin films, diffusion, adsorption, or wetting, which are variously mobile, dynamic, polymeric, transient, or fragile. Emphasis is on the physics, thermodynamics, rheological and scaling laws that govern bulk behavior.


  • Textbook for AP226 is:
    • Capillarity and wetting phenomena by P.-G. de Gennes, F. Brochard-Wyatt and D. Quéré.
  • Class notes are saved as pdf files on the iSites page for APPHY 226.
  • A take-home final is given.



Miscellany from the 2008-2009 classes

Most popular pages in the wiki.

Vocabulary page for APPHY 225 Fall 2009

Foundational publications by B.V. Derjaguin