2007 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - Nanotech 2007 - 10th Annual

The Interaction of Fluids with Surfaces and Nanoparticles

N. Quirke
Imperial College, UK

nanopores, molecular modeling, simulation

The way fluids flow into and fill nanopores is of interest to physicists, chemists, engineers and biologists. Nanoscale flow is dominated by surface properties and these can be studied directly using molecular simulation of model systems. In previous work we have considered equilibrium, steady state and transient flow in carbon nanopores. Recently we have extended our work to polymer surfaces such as PDMS including the effect of oxidation on aqueous flows In this lecture we review key results concerning flow in nanopores from theory, simulation and experiment, and present new results for dynamical properties of nanomaterials in aqueous solutions as well as flow through PDMS channels

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