Using Buoyancy to Control the Patterning of Janus Particles at the Interface of Immiscible Liquids

Innes-Gold, Sarah N.
2015

We propose density-controlled patterning as a new method of creating Janus particles with more control over the size of the patterned area than has been previously achieved. A mathematical model is constructed from physics of the system and is used in conjunction with experimental results to predict accessible patterning fractions across different length scales and interfacial tension ranges, and ... read more

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Undergraduate honors theses
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Senior honors thesis.
Tufts University. Department of Chemistry.
Nanoparticles.
Buoyant ascent (Hydrodynamics)
Liquids.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/000261
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