Materials Science and Engineering, Ames Laboratory
Journal or Book Title
Amphiphilic Janus particles demonstrate unique assembly structures when dried on a hydrophilic substrate. Particle orientations are influenced by amphiphilicity and Janus balance. A three-stage model is developed to describe the process. Simulation further indicates the dominant force is capillary attraction due to the interface pinning at rough Janus boundaries.
The Royal Society of Chemistry
Miller, Kyle; Tsyrenova, Ayuna; Anthony, Stephen M.; Qin, Shiyi; Yong, Xin; and Jiang, Shan, "Drying mediated orientation and assembly structure of amphiphilic Janus particles" (2018). Materials Science and Engineering Publications. 383.