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See detailDepletion induced percolation in nano-rods
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See detailShape Matters - Two stories about liquid crystals
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See detailShape Matters - Particle anistropy and materials properties
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See detailFormsachen - Teilchenform und Materialeigenschaften
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See detailIsotropic-nematic interface and wetting in suspensions of colloidal platelets
van der Beek, D.; Reich, H.; van der Schoot, Paul et al

in Physical Review Letters (2006), 111(27), 7825-7835

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See detailMonte Carlo study of the isotropic-nematic interface in suspensions of spherocylinders
Schilling, Tanja UL; Vink, R.; Wolfsheimer, S.

in Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed Matter Physics (2006)

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See detailIsotropic-nematic interface in suspensions of hard rods: Mean-field properties and capillary waves
Wolfsheimer, S.; Tanase, C.; Shundyak, K. et al

in Physical Review. E ,Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics (2006), 73(6),

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See detailThe interfacial tension of the isotropic-nematic interface
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See detailInterfacial tension of the isotropic-nematic interface in suspensions of soft spherocylinders
Vink, R. L. C.; Schilling, Tanja UL

in Physical Review. E ,Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics (2005), 71(5),

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See detailThe isotropic-nematic interface in colloidal suspensions
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See detailMonte Carlo study of hard pentagons
Schilling, Tanja UL; Pronk, S.; Mulder, B. et al

in Physical Review. E ,Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics (2005), 71(3),

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See detailPeriodic unmixing of a binary metallic vapor
Maul, J.; Strachnov, I.; Karpuk, S. et al

in Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (2005), 72(15),

We report on a type of surface structuring after short pulse laser ablation of a binary alloy. We observe the emergence of a concentric ring structure with changing elemental composition. The composition ... [more ▼]

We report on a type of surface structuring after short pulse laser ablation of a binary alloy. We observe the emergence of a concentric ring structure with changing elemental composition. The composition changes are interpreted by condensation of the ambient ablation vapor due to stress wave excitations in the ablation spot. [less ▲]

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See detailMeasuring interfacial tensions in liquid crystals
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See detailNucleation in suspensions of anisotropic colloids
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See detailNucleation in suspensions of anisotropic colloids
Schilling, Tanja UL; Frenkel, Daan

in Computer Physics Communications (2005), 169(1-3), 117-121

We report Monte Carlo studies of liquid crystal nucleation in two types of anisotropic colloidal systems: hard rods and hard ellipsoids. In both cases we find that nucleation pathways differ strongly from ... [more ▼]

We report Monte Carlo studies of liquid crystal nucleation in two types of anisotropic colloidal systems: hard rods and hard ellipsoids. In both cases we find that nucleation pathways differ strongly from the pathways in systems of spherical particles. Short hard rods show an effect of self-poisoning. This part of the article is based on a previous publication [T. Schilling, D. Frenkel, Self-poisoning of crystal nuclei in hard-rod liquids, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92 (2004) 085505]. When a crystallite forms, its surfaces are covered preferentially by rods which align perpendicular to the surface. Therefore subsequent growth is stunted. Hard, almost spherical ellipsoids can be compressed to very high densities without crystallization—in contrast to hard spheres, which crystallize easily. When forced to crystallize, ellipsoids form very loosely aggregated nuclei. In both cases nucleation pathways are complex and it is therefore difficult to define an appropriate reaction coordinate. The common strategies of investigation of nucleation problems (i.e. definition of a coordinate and then sampling barrier crossing with well-known techniques) fail in these systems. [less ▲]

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See detailIsotropic-nematic interfacial tension of hard and soft rods: Application of advanced grand canonical biased-sampling techniques
Vink, R. L. C.; Wolfsheimer, S.; Schilling, Tanja UL

in Journal of Chemical Physics (2005), 123(7),

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See detailGravity-induced liquid crystal phase transitions of colloidal platelets
van der Beek, D.; Schilling, Tanja UL; Lekkerkerker, H. N. W.

in Journal of Chemical Physics (2004), 121(11), 5423-5426

he influence of gravity on a suspension of sterically stabilized colloidal gibbsite platelets is studied. An initially isotropic-nematic biphasic sample of such a suspension develops a columnar phase on ... [more ▼]

he influence of gravity on a suspension of sterically stabilized colloidal gibbsite platelets is studied. An initially isotropic-nematic biphasic sample of such a suspension develops a columnar phase on the bottom on prolonged standing. This phenomenon is described using a simple osmotic compression model. We performed Monte Carlo simulations of cut spheres with aspect ratio L/D = 1/15 and took data from the literature to supply the equations of state required for the model. We find that the model describes the observed three-phase equilibrium quite well. [less ▲]

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See detailKristalle, die sich selbst vergiften
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See detailNucleation of a liquid crystal
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See detailNucleation of a liquid crystal
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