Reconfigurable self-assembly through chiral control of interfacial tension

Posted in Journal Articles on September 28, 2012 at 5:33 pm by JCCMP

1. Reconfigurable self-assembly through chiral control of interfacial tension.
Authors: Thomas Gibaud, Edward Barry, Mark J. Zakhary, Mir Henglin, Andrew Ward,
Yasheng Yang, Cristina Berciu, Rudolf Oldenbourg, Michael F. Hagan, Daniela
Nicastro, Robert B. Meyer & Zvonimir Dogic.
Nature 481, 348–351 (2012)

Recommended with a Commentary by Efi Efrati, James Franck Institute,
The University of Chicago | View Commentary (pdf) |

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