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See detailKristalle, die sich selbst vergiften
Schilling, Tanja UL

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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 detailNucleation of a liquid crystal
Schilling, Tanja UL

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See detailHow to crystallize M&M's
Schilling, Tanja UL

Scientific Conference (2004)

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See detailSelf-poisoning in suspensions of anisotropic colloids
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Scientific Conference (2003, August 28)

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See detailSmectic Filaments in colloidal in colloidal suspensions of rods
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See detailHow do liquid crystals form?
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See detailNucleation in liquid crystals
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See detailSmectic Filaments in colloidal in colloidal suspensions of rods
Schilling, Tanja UL

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See detailSmectic filaments in colloidal suspensions of rods
Frenkel, Daan; Schilling, Tanja UL

in Physical Review. E : Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics (2002), 66(4),

In supersaturated isotropic mixtures of hard rods, smectic filaments have recently been observed. We propose a model for formation and growth of these filaments similar to the Hoffman-Lauritzen model for ... [more ▼]

In supersaturated isotropic mixtures of hard rods, smectic filaments have recently been observed. We propose a model for formation and growth of these filaments similar to the Hoffman-Lauritzen model for polymer crystallization. Filament thickness is determined by a compromise between maximizing the amount of smectic phase formed and minimizing the nucleation barrier for adding new segments to the growing filament. We compare our analytical results to kinetic Monte Carlo simulations. [less ▲]

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See detailWetting in ternary mixtures - with and without amphiphiles
Schilling, Tanja UL; Gompper, G.

in Journal of Chemical Physics (2002), 117(15), 7284-7294

The interfacial wetting behavior of ternary fluid mixtures is investigated, both for systems where all components have isotropic interaction potentials, as well as for systems where one component is an ... [more ▼]

The interfacial wetting behavior of ternary fluid mixtures is investigated, both for systems where all components have isotropic interaction potentials, as well as for systems where one component is an amphiphile. The BEG model and the corresponding two-order-parameter Ginzburg–Landau model are employed for systems without amphiphiles. We calculate the global wetting phase diagram for nonamphiphilic mixtures. In the investigated range of interaction parameters, the wetting transitions are always continuous at three-phase coexistence. The critical behavior is found to be universal in some, nonuniversal in other parts of the phase diagram. For systems with amphiphiles, two additional interaction terms are taken into account. The first models the aggregation of amphiphilic molecules at the air–water interface, the second the formation of amphiphilic bilayers in water. We find that the first term leads to a reduction of the tension of the air–water interface, and favors wetting by the water-rich phase, while the second—bilayer—term leads to a reduction of the tension of the interface between the water-rich and amphiphile-rich phases. [less ▲]

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See detailWetting in ternary liquid mixtures
Schilling, Tanja UL

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See detailDynamics of the swollen lamellar phase
Schilling, Tanja UL

Scientific Conference (2001)

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See detailBenetzung in ternären Flüssigkeitsmischungen
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Doctoral thesis (2001)

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See detailDynamics of the swollen lamellar phase
Schilling, Tanja UL; Theissen, O.; Gompper, G.

in European Physical Journal E -- Soft Matter (2001), 4(1), 103-114

We investigate the dynamical behavior of lamellar phases in ternary amphiphilic systems of water, oil and amphiphile. The interaction between the amphiphilic monolayers is described by the steric ... [more ▼]

We investigate the dynamical behavior of lamellar phases in ternary amphiphilic systems of water, oil and amphiphile. The interaction between the amphiphilic monolayers is described by the steric interaction due to thermal fluctuations for uncharged, and by electrostatic interactions for charged systems. The dynamics of the system is determined by the hydrodynamics of the fluid layers. The basic parameters of our model are the viscosities of the two solvents, the average thicknesses of the oil and water layers, and the bending rigidity. The model allows to consider different monolayer interactions across the oil and water layers. Relaxation rates are calculated for arbitrary wave vectors parallel and perpendicular to the average monolayer plane. We find that there is a quite complex crossover behavior from a q2 law for small parallel wave vectors to a q3 law for large q . We discuss the relevance of our result for the interpretation of dynamic light-scattering and neutron-spin-echo experiments for these systems. [less ▲]

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See detailLambda-Hyperkerne im Relativstischen Mean-Field-Modell
Schilling, Tanja UL

Presentation (1998)

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See detailSuperheavy nuclei in selfconsistent nuclear calculations
Rutz, K.; Bender, M.; Bürvenich, T. et al

in AIP Conference Proceedings (1997), 56(1), 238-243

The shell structure of superheavy nuclei is investigated within various parametrizations of relativistic and nonrelativistic nuclear mean-field models. The heaviest known even-even nucleus 156 264Hs108 is ... [more ▼]

The shell structure of superheavy nuclei is investigated within various parametrizations of relativistic and nonrelativistic nuclear mean-field models. The heaviest known even-even nucleus 156 264Hs108 is used as a benchmark to estimate the predictive value of the models. From that starting point, doubly magic spherical nuclei are searched in the region Z51102140 and N5134–298. They are found at (Z5114 , N5184), (Z5120 , N5172), or at (Z5126 , N5184), depending on the parametrization. [less ▲]

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See detailDeformierte Hyperkerne im Relativistischen Mean-Field-Modell
Schilling, Tanja UL

Scientific Conference (1997)

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See detailSuperheavy nuclei in self-consistent nuclear calculations
Rutz, C.; Bender, M.; Burvenich, T. et al

in Physical Review. C : Nuclear Physics (1997), 56(1), 238-243

The shell structure of superheavy nuclei is investigated within various parametrizations of relativistic and nonrelativistic nuclear mean-field models. The heaviest known even-even nucleus 156 264Hs108 is ... [more ▼]

The shell structure of superheavy nuclei is investigated within various parametrizations of relativistic and nonrelativistic nuclear mean-field models. The heaviest known even-even nucleus 156 264Hs108 is used as a benchmark to estimate the predictive value of the models. From that starting point, doubly magic spherical nuclei are searched in the region Z51102140 and N5134–298. They are found at (Z5114 , N5184), (Z5120 , N5172), or at (Z5126 , N5184), depending on the parametrization. [less ▲]

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See detailApproximate spectral functions in thermal field theory
Henning, P. A.; Polyatchenko, E.; Schilling, Tanja UL et al

in Physical Review. D : Particles and Fields (1996), 54(5239), 1-5

Causality requires that the ~anti!commutator of two interacting field operators vanishes for spacelike coordinate differences. This implies that the Fourier transform of the spectral function of this ... [more ▼]

Causality requires that the ~anti!commutator of two interacting field operators vanishes for spacelike coordinate differences. This implies that the Fourier transform of the spectral function of this quantum field should vanish in the spacelike domain. We find that this requirement imposes some constraints on the use of resummed propagators in high temperature gauge theory. [less ▲]

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