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==Overview and Comments==
 
==Overview and Comments==
 
This paper reports a striking demonstration that effective pair potentials do not tell the full story in colloidal systems, and that furthermore, a constant surface potential is a better model than a constant surface charge, at least in some cases.
 
This paper reports a striking demonstration that effective pair potentials do not tell the full story in colloidal systems, and that furthermore, a constant surface potential is a better model than a constant surface charge, at least in some cases.
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==Experiments==
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==Results
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==Discussion

Revision as of 21:27, 10 November 2010

Jason W. Merrill, Sunil K. Sainis, and Eric R. Dufresne

Physical Review Letters 103 (2009) 138301


wiki entry by Emily Russell, Fall 2010


The article can be found here.


Overview and Comments

This paper reports a striking demonstration that effective pair potentials do not tell the full story in colloidal systems, and that furthermore, a constant surface potential is a better model than a constant surface charge, at least in some cases.


Experiments

==Results


==Discussion