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Author(s): Haibin Duan and Xiangyin ZhangWhen encountering a hostile particle, the avoidance behaviors of the vortex state of self-propelled particles exhibit phase transition phenomena such that the … - Facilitated diffusion of proteins through crumpled fractal DNA globules

Author(s): Jan Smrek and Alexander Y. GrosbergThe authors study how conformation properties of globular DNA affect facilitated diffusion of proteins targeting DNA. They find that crumpled globules pro … - Soliton trapping in a disordered lattice

Author(s): Zhi-Yuan Sun, Shmuel Fishman, and Avy SofferIn recent years, the competition between randomness and nonlinearity was extensively explored. In the present paper, the dynamics of solitons of … - Saffman-Taylor–like instability in a narrow gap induced by dielectric barrier discharge

Author(s): Shang-Yan Hou and Hong-Yu ChuThis work is inspired by the expansion of the plasma bubble in a narrow gap reported by Chu and Lee [Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 225001 (2011)]. We report the unstabl … - Stationary solutions for the nonlinear Schrödinger equation modeling three-dimensional spherical Bose-Einstein condensates in general potentials

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Author(s): P. A. Robinson and N. RoySystematic expansion of neural field theory equations in terms of nonlinear response functions is carried out to enable a wide variety of nonlinear wave-wave and wa … - Leaky Fermi accelerators

Author(s): Kushal Shah, Vassili Gelfreich, Vered Rom-Kedar, and Dmitry TuraevA Fermi accelerator is a billiard with oscillating walls. A leaky accelerator interacts with an environment of an ideal gas … - Temperature dependence of single-bubble sonoluminescence threshold in sulfuric acid: An experimental study

Author(s): Vibodha Bandara, Prabhath Herath, and Asiri NanayakkaraWe experimentally investigated the temperature dependence of intensity of single-bubble sonoluminescence (SBSL) in 85 wt %. sulfuric a … - Numerical simulations of internal wave generation by convection in water

Author(s): Daniel Lecoanet, Michael Le Bars, Keaton J. Burns, Geoffrey M. Vasil, Benjamin P. Brown, Eliot Quataert, and Jeffrey S. OishiWater's density maximum at 4^{∘}C makes it well suited to s … - Equipartitions and a distribution for numbers: A statistical model for Benford's law

Author(s): Joseph R. Iafrate, Steven J. Miller, and Frederick W. StrauchA statistical model for the fragmentation of a conserved quantity is analyzed, using the principle of maximum entropy and the th … - Exact solution of the dimer model on the generalized finite checkerboard lattice

Author(s): N. Sh. Izmailian, Chin-Kun Hu, and R. KennaWe present the exact closed-form expression for the partition function of a dimer model on a generalized finite checkerboard rectangular lattice u … - Counterion density profile around a charged disk: From the weak to the strong association regime

Author(s): Juan Pablo Mallarino and Gabriel TéllezWe present a comprehensive study of the two-dimensional one-component plasma in the cell model with charged boundaries. Starting from weak couplings t … - Nonuniversal surface behavior of dynamic phase transitions

Author(s): Patricia Riego and Andreas BergerWe have studied the dynamic phase transition (DPT) of the kinetic Ising model in systems with surfaces within the mean-field approximation. Varying the surf … - Optimization of finite-size errors in finite-temperature calculations of unordered phases

Author(s): Deepak Iyer, Mark Srednicki, and Marcos RigolIt is common knowledge that the microcanonical, canonical, and grand-canonical ensembles are equivalent in thermodynamically large systems. Here … - Information thermodynamics of near-equilibrium computation

Author(s): Mikhail Prokopenko and Itai EinavIn studying fundamental physical limits and properties of computational processes, one is faced with the challenges of interpreting primitive information-pr … - Three-state analytic theory of two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance in systems with coupled macro- and micropores

Author(s): David Linton Johnson and Lawrence M. SchwartzTwo-dimensional (2D) nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments involve a sequence of longitudinal (T_{1}) and transverse (T_{2}) measurements … - Curvature elasticity of a grafted polyelectrolyte brush

Author(s): Zhen Lei, Bing Miao, Shuang Yang, and Er-Qiang ChenThe curvature elasticity of a polyelectrolyte brush monolayer attached to curved surface is investigated theoretically. An analytical meth … - Chromosomal locus tracking with proper accounting of static and dynamic errors

Author(s): Mikael P. Backlund, Ryan Joyner, and W. E. MoernerThe mean-squared displacement (MSD) and velocity autocorrelation (VAC) of tracked single particles or molecules are ubiquitous metrics for … - Molecular behavior of DNA in a cell-sized compartment coated by lipids

Author(s): Tsutomu Hamada, Rie Fujimoto, Shunsuke F. Shimobayashi, Masatoshi Ichikawa, and Masahiro TakagiThe behavior of long DNA molecules in a cell-sized confined space was investigated. We prepare … - Traffic-driven epidemic spreading in correlated networks

Author(s): Han-Xin Yang, Ming Tang, and Ying-Cheng LaiIn spite of the extensive previous efforts on traffic dynamics and epidemic spreading in complex networks, the problem of traffic-driven epidemic … - Optimal information provision for maximizing flow in a forked lattice

Author(s): Takeaki Imai and Katsuhiro NishinariIn a forked road, the provision of inappropriate information to car drivers sometimes leads to undesirable situations such as one-sided congestion, which … - Wavy fronts in a hyperbolic FitzHugh-Nagumo system and the effects of cross diffusion

Author(s): Evgeny P. Zemskov, Mikhail A. Tsyganov, and Werner HorsthemkeWe study a hyperbolic version of the FitzHugh-Nagumo (also known as the Bonhoeffer-van der Pol) reaction-diffusion system. To be … - The transition between strong and weak chaos in delay systems: Stochastic modeling approach

Author(s): Thomas Jüngling, Otti D'Huys, and Wolfgang KinzelWe investigate the scaling behavior of the maximal Lyapunov exponent in chaotic systems with time delay. In the large-delay limit, it i … - Synergistic effect of repulsive inhibition in synchronization of excitatory networks

Author(s): Igor Belykh, Reimbay Reimbayev, and Kun ZhaoWe show that the addition of pairwise repulsive inhibition to excitatory networks of bursting neurons induces synchrony, in contrast to one' … - Ergodicity and spectral cascades in point vortex flows on the sphere

Author(s): David G. Dritschel, Marcello Lucia, and Andrew C. PojeWe present results for the equilibrium statistics and dynamic evolution of moderately large [n=O(10^{2}−10^{3})] numbers of interacting … - Analytic structure of a drag-driven confined dust vortex flow in plasma

Author(s): Modhuchandra Laishram, Devendra Sharma, and Predhiman K. KawFlow structure of a dust medium electrostatically suspended and confined in a plasma presents a unique setup where the spatial sc … - Kinetic models in n-dimensional Euclidean spaces: From the Maxwellian to the Poisson kernel

Author(s): Abed ZadehgolIn this work, minimal kinetic theories based on unconventional entropy functions, H∼lnf (Burg entropy) for 2D and H∼f^{1−2/n} (Tsallis entropy) for nD with n≥3, are studied. Th … - Erratum: Existence and damping of dust acoustic solitary waves in a bounded geometry [Phys. Rev. E 87, 063101 (2013)]

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Author(s): Lidia Almazán, Dan Serero, Clara Salueña, and Thorsten PöschelA granular gas in gravity heated from below develops a certain stationary density profile. When the heating is switched off, th … - Curvature generation in nematic surfaces

Author(s): Cyrus MostajeranIn recent years there has been a growing interest in the study of shape formation using modern responsive materials that can be preprogrammed to undergo spatially inhomogene … - Detrended partial cross-correlation analysis of two nonstationary time series influenced by common external forces

Author(s): Xi-Yuan Qian, Ya-Min Liu, Zhi-Qiang Jiang, Boris Podobnik, Wei-Xing Zhou, and H. Eugene StanleyWhen common factors strongly influence two power-law cross-correlated time series recorded in … - Dynamics of two-dimensional bubbles

Author(s): Saúl Piedra, Eduardo Ramos, and J. Ramón HerreraThe dynamics of two-dimensional bubbles ascending under the influence of buoyant forces is numerically studied with a one-fluid model coupled … - Zeroth law and nonequilibrium thermodynamics for steady states in contact

Author(s): Sayani Chatterjee, Punyabrata Pradhan, and P. K. MohantyWe ask what happens when two nonequilibrium systems in steady state are kept in contact and allowed to exchange a quantity, say mass, … - Performance of quantum Otto refrigerators with squeezing

Author(s): Rui Long and Wei LiuThe performance of a quantum Otto refrigerator coupled to a squeezed cold reservoir has been evaluated using the χ figure of merit. We have shown that squeezing can enha … - Fluidization of a horizontally driven granular monolayer

Author(s): Michael Heckel, Achim Sack, Jonathan E. Kollmer, and Thorsten PöschelWe consider the transition of a horizontally vibrated monodisperse granular monolayer between its condensed state and it … - Topological solitons in helical strings

Author(s): Cristiano Nisoli and Alexander V. BalatskyThe low-energy physics of (quasi)degenerate one-dimensional systems is typically understood as the particle-like dynamics of kinks between stable, … - Persistent-random-walk approach to anomalous transport of self-propelled particles

Author(s): Zeinab Sadjadi, M. Reza Shaebani, Heiko Rieger, and Ludger SantenThe motion of self-propelled particles is modeled as a persistent random walk. An analytical framework is developed that all … - Safe leads and lead changes in competitive team sports

Author(s): A. Clauset, M. Kogan, and S. RednerThe evolution in time of the score in professional sports games can be described by a random walk. Based on this picture, the authors present a model show … - Effect of asymmetry parameter on the dynamical states of nonlocally coupled nonlinear oscillators

Author(s): R. Gopal, V. K. Chandrasekar, D. V. Senthilkumar, A. Venkatesan, and M. LakshmananWe show that coexisting domains of coherent and incoherent oscillations can be induced in an ensemble of an … - Korteweg–de Vries solitons on electrified liquid jets

Author(s): Qiming Wang, Demetrios T. Papageorgiou, and Jean-Marc Vanden-BroeckThe propagation of axisymmetric waves on the surface of a liquid jet under the action of a radial electric field is consid … - Wave modes in shear-deformed two-dimensional plasma crystals

Author(s): A. V. Ivlev, T. B. Röcker, L. Couëdel, V. Nosenko, and C.-R. DuA theory of wave modes in shear-deformed two-dimensional plasma crystals is presented. Modification of the dispersion relation … - Ion-ion dynamic structure factor of warm dense mixtures

Author(s): N. M. Gill, R. A. Heinonen, C. E. Starrett, and D. SaumonThe ion-ion dynamic structure factor of warm dense matter is determined using the recently developed pseudoatom molecular dynamics m … - Molecular model for hydrated biological tissues

Author(s): Erika Tiemi Sato, Alexandre Reily Rocha, Luis Felipe das Chagas e Silva de Carvalho, Janete Dias Almeida, and Herculano MartinhoA density-functional microscopic model for soft tissues (STmo … - Frequency assortativity can induce chaos in oscillator networks

Author(s): Per Sebastian Skardal, Juan G. Restrepo, and Edward OttWe investigate the effect of preferentially connecting oscillators with similar frequency to each other in networks of coupled phase o … - Stochastic dynamics and logistic population growth

Author(s): Vicenç Méndez, Michael Assaf, Daniel Campos, and Werner HorsthemkeThe Verhulst model is probably the best known macroscopic rate equation in population ecology. It depends on two parameters … - Efficiency at maximum power of a quantum heat engine based on two coupled oscillators

Author(s): Jianhui Wang, Zhuolin Ye, Yiming Lai, Weisheng Li, and Jizhou HeWe propose and theoretically investigate a system of two coupled harmonic oscillators as a heat engine. We show how these two … - Ground-state phase-space structures of two-dimensional ±J spin glasses: A network approach

Author(s): Xin Cao, Feng Wang, and Yilong HanWe illustrate a complex-network approach to study the phase spaces of spin glasses. By mapping the whole ground-state phase spaces of two-dimensional Edwar … - Deformation-driven diffusion and plastic flow in amorphous granular pillars

Author(s): Wenbin Li, Jennifer M. Rieser, Andrea J. Liu, Douglas J. Durian, and Ju LiWe report a combined experimental and simulation study of deformation-induced diffusion in compacted quasi-two-dime … - Cascades in multiplex financial networks with debts of different seniority

Author(s): Charles D. Brummitt and Teruyoshi KobayashiA model of a banking network predicts the balance of high- and low-priority debts that ensures financial stability.[Phys. Rev. E 91, 062813] Publi … - Hierarchical link clustering algorithm in networks

Author(s): Jernej Bodlaj and Vladimir BatageljHierarchical network clustering is an approach to find tightly and internally connected clusters (groups or communities) of nodes in a network based on it … - Dynamics of modulated waves in a lossy modified Noguchi electrical transmission line

Author(s): E. Kengne, A. Lakhssassi, and W. M. LiuWe study analytically the dynamics of modulated waves in a dissipative modified Noguchi nonlinear electrical network. In the continuum limit, we use t … - Ionization rate coefficients in warm dense plasmas

Author(s): V. Aslanyan and G. J. TallentsWe recast the atomic processes in a warm, dense plasma using Fermi-Dirac statistics and compare them to the rates of the usual Maxwell-Boltzmann approach of ma … - Modified Enskog kinetic theory for strongly coupled plasmas

Author(s): Scott D. Baalrud and Jérôme DaligaultConcepts underlying the Enskog kinetic theory of hard-spheres are applied to include short-range correlation effects in a model for transport coefficien … - Robustness of power systems under a democratic-fiber-bundle-like model

Author(s): Osman YağanWe consider a power system with N transmission lines whose initial loads (i.e., power flows) L_{1},…,L_{N} are independent and identically distributed with P_{L}(x)=P[L≤x]. The … - Difference equation for tracking perturbations in systems of Boolean nested canalyzing functions

Author(s): Elena S. Dimitrova, Oleg I. Yordanov, and Mihaela T. MatacheThis paper studies the spread of perturbations through networks composed of Boolean functions with special canalyzing properties. … - Non-Bragg-gap solitons in one-dimensional Kerr-metamaterial Fibonacci heterostructures

Author(s): E. Reyes-Gómez, S. B. Cavalcanti, and L. E. OliveiraA detailed study of non-Bragg-gap solitons in one-dimensional Kerr-metamaterial quasiperiodic Fibonacci heterostructures is performed. Th … - Universality in spectral statistics of open quantum graphs

Author(s): B. Gutkin and V. Al. OsipovThe quantum evolution maps of closed chaotic quantum graphs are unitary and known to have universal spectral correlations matching predictions of random matrix th … - Super heat diffusion in one-dimensional momentum-conserving nonlinear lattices

Author(s): Lei Wang (王雷), Zhiyuan Wu (吴志远), and Lubo Xu (续路波)Heat diffusion processes in various one-dimensional total-momentum-conserving nonlinear lattices with symmetric interaction and asymmetric … - Anyonic behavior of an intermediate-statistics fermion gas model

Author(s): Abdullah Algin, Dursun Irk, and Gozde TopcuWe study the high-temperature behavior of an intermediate-statistics fermionic gas model whose quantum statistical properties enable us to effecti … - Nonlocal response functions for predicting shear flow of strongly inhomogeneous fluids. I. Sinusoidally driven shear and sinusoidally driven inhomogeneity

Author(s): Kirill S. Glavatskiy, Benjamin A. Dalton, Peter J. Daivis, and B. D. ToddWe present theoretical expressions for the density, strain rate, and shear pressure profiles in strongly inhomogeneo … - Experimental observation of local rearrangements in dense quasi-two-dimensional emulsion flow

Author(s): Dandan Chen, Kenneth W. Desmond, and Eric R. WeeksWe experimentally study rearranging regions in slow athermal flow by observing the flow of a concentrated oil-in-water emulsion in a thin c … - Heterogeneity induces emergent functional networks for synchronization

Author(s): Francesco Scafuti, Takaaki Aoki, and Mario di BernardoWe study the evolution of heterogeneous networks of oscillators subject to a state-dependent interconnection rule. We find that heterog … - Exact invariant measures: How the strength of measure settles the intensity of chaos

Author(s): Roberto VenegerolesThe aim of this paper is to show how to extract dynamical behavior and ergodic properties from deterministic chaos with the assistance of exact invariant measures. On the … - Higher-order generalized hydrodynamics: Foundations within a nonequilibrium statistical ensemble formalism

Author(s): Carlos A. B. Silva, Clóves G. Rodrigues, J. Galvão Ramos, and Roberto LuzziConstruction, in the framework of a nonequilibrium statistical ensemble formalism, of a higher-order generalized h … - Dusty plasma cavities: Probe-induced and natural

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Author(s): Gianpaolo Gobbo and Benedict J. LeimkuhlerWe introduce an enhanced sampling simulation technique based on continuous tempering, i.e., on continuously varying the temperature of the system u … - Colonization of a territory by a stochastic population under a strong Allee effect and a low immigration pressure

Author(s): Shay Be'er, Michael Assaf, and Baruch MeersonWe study the dynamics of colonization of a territory by a stochastic population at low immigration pressure. We assume a sufficiently stron … - Flow-parametric regulation of shear-driven phase separation in two and three dimensions

Author(s): Lennon Ó Náraigh, Selma Shun, and Aurore NasoThe Cahn-Hilliard equation with an externally prescribed chaotic shear flow is studied in two and three dimensions. The main goal is to compare … - Thermalization of entanglement

Author(s): Liangsheng Zhang, Hyungwon Kim, and David A. HuseWe explore the dynamics of the entanglement entropy near equilibrium in highly entangled pure states of two quantum-chaotic spin chains unde … - Fluctuations around equilibrium laws in ergodic continuous-time random walks

Author(s): Johannes H. P. Schulz and Eli BarkaiWe study occupation time statistics in ergodic continuous-time random walks. Under thermal detailed balance conditions, the average occupation time is gi … - Mesoscopic Hamiltonian for the fluctuations of adsorbed Lennard-Jones liquid films

Author(s): Eva M. Fernández, Enrique Chacón, Luis G. MacDowell, and Pedro TarazonaWe use Monte Carlo simulations of a Lennard-Jones fluid adsorbed on a short-range planar wall substrate to study the f … - Nonlinear irreversible thermodynamics of single-molecule experiments

Author(s): I. Santamaría-Holek, N. J. López-Alamilla, M. Hidalgo-Soria, and A. Pérez-MadridIrreversible thermodynamics of single-molecule experiments subject to external constraining forces of a mecha … - Understanding the heavy-tailed dynamics in human behavior

Author(s): Gordon J. Ross and Tim JonesThe recent availability of electronic data sets containing large volumes of communication data has made it possible to study human behavior on a larger scale tha … - Spatial-size scaling of pedestrian groups under growing density conditions

Author(s): Francesco Zanlungo, Dražen Brščić, and Takayuki KandaWe study the dependence on crowd density of the spatial size, configuration, and velocity of pedestrian social groups. We find that, in … - Anomalous scaling of the magnetic field in the helical Kazantsev-Kraichnan model

Author(s): E. Jurčišinová and M. JurčišinThe field-theoretic renormalization group and the operator product expansion are used to investigate the influence of spatial parity violation of the conductiv … - Investigation of an entropic stabilizer for the lattice-Boltzmann method

Author(s): Keijo K. Mattila, Luiz A. Hegele, Jr., and Paulo C. PhilippiThe lattice-Boltzmann (LB) method is commonly used for the simulation of fluid flows at the hydrodynamic level of description. Du … - Phase ordering in disordered and inhomogeneous systems

Author(s): Federico Corberi, Marco Zannetti, Eugenio Lippiello, Raffaella Burioni, and Alessandro VezzaniWe study numerically the coarsening dynamics of the Ising model on a regular lattice with rando … - Quantum correlations and energy currents across three dissipative oscillators

Author(s): Antonio A. Valido, Antonia Ruiz, and Daniel AlonsoWe present a study that addresses both the stationary properties of the energy current and quantum correlations in a three-mode chain subje … - Rotational and translational diffusion in an interacting active dumbbell system

Author(s): Leticia F. Cugliandolo, Giuseppe Gonnella, and Antonio SumaWe study the dynamical properties of a two-dimensional ensemble of self-propelled dumbbells with only repulsive interactions. This … - Scaling hypothesis for the Euclidean bipartite matching problem. II. Correlation functions

Author(s): Sergio Caracciolo and Gabriele SicuroWe analyze the random Euclidean bipartite matching problem on the hypertorus in d dimensions with quadratic cost and we derive the two-point correlation … - Charged nanoparticle in a nanochannel: Competition between electrostatic and dielectrophoretic forces

Author(s): Zachery K. Hulings, Dmitriy V. Melnikov, and Maria E. GrachevaNanochannels made in solid-state materials are used for various applications such as nanoparticle separation or DNA manipulatio … - Transformation-cost time-series method for analyzing irregularly sampled data

Author(s): Ibrahim Ozken, Deniz Eroglu, Thomas Stemler, Norbert Marwan, G. Baris Bagci, and Jürgen KurthsIrregular sampling of data sets is one of the challenges often encountered in time-series analy … - Symbolic computations of nonlinear observability

Author(s): Ezequiel Bianco-Martinez, Murilo S. Baptista, and Christophe LetellierObservability is a very useful concept for determining whether the dynamics of complicated systems can be correctly rec … - Avalanches in compressed Ti-Ni shape-memory porous alloys: An acoustic emission study

Author(s): Daniel Soto-Parra, Xiaoxin Zhang, Shanshan Cao, Eduard Vives, Ekhard K. H. Salje, and Antoni PlanesMechanical avalanches during compression of martensitic porous Ti-Ni have been characteriz … - Ising antiferromagnet on the Archimedean lattices

Author(s): Unjong YuGeometric frustration effects were studied systematically with the Ising antiferromagnet on the 11 Archimedean lattices using the Monte Carlo methods. The Wang-Landau algorithm for … - Attenuation of short strongly nonlinear stress pulses in dissipative granular chains

Author(s): S. Y. Wang and V. F. NesterenkoAttenuation of short, strongly nonlinear stress pulses in chains of spheres and cylinders was investigated experimentally and numerically for two ratios of th … - Topological properties of hierarchical networks

Author(s): Elena Agliari, Adriano Barra, Andrea Galluzzi, Francesco Guerra, Daniele Tantari, and Flavia TavaniHierarchical networks are attracting a renewal interest for modeling the organization of a … - Eigenvalues for the transition matrix of a small-world scale-free network: Explicit expressions and applications

Author(s): Zhongzhi Zhang, Yuan Lin, and Xiaoye GuoThe eigenvalues of the transition matrix for random walks on a network play a significant role in the structural and dynamical aspects of the network … - Motion of an array of plates in a rarefied gas caused by radiometric force

Author(s): Satoshi Taguchi and Kazuo AokiIn a rarefied gas in an infinitely long channel between two parallel plates, an array of infinitely many plates, arranged longitudinally with uniform interval, … - Efficient Brownian dynamics simulation of DNA molecules with hydrodynamic interactions in linear flows

Author(s): Szu-Pei Fu, Y.-N. Young, and Shidong JiangThe coarse-grained molecular dynamics (MD) or Brownian dynamics (BD) simulation is a particle-based approach that has been applied to a wide range … - Conservative phase-field lattice Boltzmann model for interface tracking equation

Author(s): Martin Geier, Abbas Fakhari, and Taehun LeeBased on the phase-field theory, we propose a conservative lattice Boltzmann method to track the interface between two different fluids. The prese … - Overdamped limit and inverse-friction expansion for Brownian motion in an inhomogeneous medium

Author(s): Xavier Durang, Chulan Kwon, and Hyunggyu ParkWe revisit the problem of the overdamped (large-friction) limit of the Brownian dynamics in an inhomogeneous medium characterized by a position- … - General transient solution of the one-step master equation in one dimension

Author(s): Stephen Smith and Vahid ShahrezaeiExact analytical solutions of the master equation are limited to special cases and exact numerical methods are inefficient. Even the generic one-dimensiona … - Nonequilibrium statistical field theory for classical particles: Basic kinetic theory

Author(s): Celia Viermann, Felix Fabis, Elena Kozlikin, Robert Lilow, and Matthias BartelmannRecently Mazenko and Das and Mazenko [Phys. Rev. E 81, 061102 (2010); J. Stat. Phys. 149, 643 (2012); J. St … - Ligand structure and mechanical properties of single-nanoparticle-thick membranes

Author(s): K. Michael Salerno, Dan S. Bolintineanu, J. Matthew D. Lane, and Gary S. GrestThe high mechanical stiffness of single-nanoparticle-thick membranes is believed to result from the local struc …