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Depletion Interactions in Charged Colloidal Systems

Author: LiChunShu
Tutor: XiaoChangMing
School: Hunan Normal University
Course: Theoretical Physics
Keywords: Soft Matter Colloid Four-dimensional hypersphere method Acceptance rate Emptying role Monte Carlo simulation
CLC: O561
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2006
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Colloid is very interested in the recent years , a substance that is widely found in life . It is not only associated with the activities of life , such as plasma protein collagen , germs , but also widely used in the industry , such as cleaners , paint, ink , food , etc. , obviously colloidal very important meaning to our lives and broad application prospects . Charged colloidal system is a very complex system , in recent years, scientists have made ??great progress in this field of research . Study the interaction between the charged colloidal , help to improve the structure of the colloids , and improve its performance . In this paper, the the 4D hypersphere method and Monte Carlo simulations to study the interaction of the electrostatic potential of charged colloidal system , hopes ideal model for industrial production theoretical guidance for the understanding of living matter to enrich material. Text includes four chapters : Chapter Introduction section introduces the basic research in soft matter , including colloidal nature , the charged colloidal basic research situation , part of the theoretical , experimental and simulation results , and research methods , in addition, also part has some research and the research method , and pointed out what the issue needs further study . The second chapter focuses on the electrostatic interaction of charged colloidal system emptying role . The third chapter studies the emptying of charged colloidal geometric constraints . Chapter briefly summarizes the work of this paper , some outlook and future work . Chapters II and III of the text contains the original work of the author .

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