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# Dipolar field

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Raphaël J Durand, Sébastien Gauthier, Sylvain Achelle, Thomas Groizard, Samia Kahlal, Jean-Yves Saillard, Alberto Barsella, Nicolas Le Poul, Françoise Robin Le Guen
The present work describes the one-pot synthesis and electrochemical, photophysical and second-order nonlinear optical (NLO) properties of a series of dipolar π-delocalized Ru(ii) dialkynyl complexes. The eight new asymmetrical D-π-Ru-π-A push-pull chromophores incorporate pyranylidene ligands as pro-aromatic donor groups (D) and formaldehyde, indane-1,3-dione, pyrimidine or pyrimidinium as electron-attracting groups (A) separated by ruthenium bis-acetylide fragments and π-conjugated linkers. The second-order nonlinear optical (NLO) properties of all eight complexes were determined by the Electric-Field-Induced Second Harmonic generation (EFISH) technique (operating at 1907 nm), and were compared to those of their purely organic analogs...
February 21, 2018: Dalton Transactions: An International Journal of Inorganic Chemistry
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Ivo Klik, James McHugh, Roy W Chantrell, Ching-Ray Chang
Rate (master) equations are ubiquitous in statistical physics, yet, to the best of our knowledge, a rate equation with memory has previously never been considered. We write down an integro-differential rate equation for the evolution of a thermally relaxing system with memory. For concreteness we adopt as a model a single-domain magnetic particle driven by a small ac field and derive the modified Debye formulas. For any memory time Θ the in-phase component of the resultant ac susceptibility is positive at small probing frequencies ω, but becomes negative at large ω...
February 19, 2018: Scientific Reports
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G A Basheed, Komal Jain, Saurabh Pathak, R P Pant
We investigate the effect of dilution on dipolar interaction with linear and non-linear rheological properties of kerosene based magnetic fluid. The steady-state behavior demonstrate a shear thinning behavior and corroborated with a power law, (η = c <mml:math display="block"> <mml:mover accent="true"> <mml:mi>γ</mml:mi> <mml:mo>˙</mml:mo> </mml:mover></mml:math>n + η∞) exponent, n ≤ 1. The shear-induced-breakup (separation) of nanoparticles and the yielding behavior has been explained by Bingham model...
April 1, 2018: Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
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Nathalie Vonrüti, Ulrich Aschauer
The perovskite oxynitride LaTiO_{2}N is a promising material for photocatalytic water splitting under visible light. One of the obstacles towards higher efficiencies of this and similar materials stems from charge-carrier recombination, which could be suppressed by the surface charges resulting from the dipolar field in polar materials. In this study, we investigate the spontaneous polarization in epitaxially strained LaTiO_{2}N thin films via density functional theory calculations. The effect of epitaxial strain on the anion order, resulting out-of-plane polarization, energy barriers for polarization reversal, and corresponding coercive fields are studied...
January 26, 2018: Physical Review Letters
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Deyao Li, Hui Wang, Zhenhui Ma, Xin Liu, Ying Dong, Zhiqi Liu, Tianli Zhang, Chengbao Jiang
Anisotropic exchange-coupled nanocomposites provide us a salient candidate for the new generation of permanent magnets owing to their huge predicted maximum energy product. However, previous research basically focused on thin films or bulk materials and the impact of easy-axis alignment on the exchange coupling behavior is not clear. Herein, strongly coupled FePt/Co core/shell nanoparticles with single-phase-like hysteresis loops were synthesized by the seed mediated method. Then, these nanoparticles were successfully aligned by the external magnetic field and fixed in an acrylic binder, so that FePt/Co core/shell nanoparticle-based anisotropic nanocomposites were obtained...
February 12, 2018: Nanoscale
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Tobias Schubeis, Tanguy Le Marchand, Loren B Andreas, Guido Pintacuda
Building on a decade of continuous advances of the community, the recent development of very fast (60 kHz and above) magic-angle spinning (MAS) probes has revolutionised the field of solid-state NMR. This new spinning regime reduces the 1H-1H dipolar couplings, so that direct detection of the larger magnetic moment available from 1H is now possible at high resolution, not only in deuterated molecules but also in fully-protonated substrates. Such capabilities allow rapid "fingerprinting" of samples with a ten-fold reduction of the required sample amounts with respect to conventional approaches, and permit extensive, robust and expeditious assignment of small-to-medium sized proteins (up to ca...
February 2018: Journal of Magnetic Resonance
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Emmanuel O Awosanya, Alexander A Nevzorov
A membrane-bound form of Pf1 coat protein reconstituted in magnetically aligned DMPC/DHPC bicelles was used as a molecular probe to quantify for the viscosity of the lipid membrane interior by measuring the uniaxial rotational diffusion coefficient of the protein. Orientationally dependent 15N NMR relaxation times in the rotating frame, or T1ρ, were determined by fitting individually the decay of the resolved NMR peaks corresponding to the transmembrane helix of Pf1 coat protein as a function of the spin-lock time incorporated into the 2D SAMPI4 pulse sequence...
January 23, 2018: Biophysical Journal
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R Takagi, X Z Yu, J S White, K Shibata, Y Kaneko, G Tatara, H M Rønnow, Y Tokura, S Seki
The real-space spin texture and the relevant magnetic parameters were investigated for an easy-axis noncentrosymmetric ferromagnet Cr_{11}Ge_{19} with Nowotny chimney ladder structure. Using Lorentz transmission electron microscopy, we report the formation of bi-Skyrmions, i.e., pairs of spin vortices with opposite magnetic helicities. The quantitative evaluation of the magnetocrystalline anisotropy and Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction (DMI) proves that the magnetic dipolar interaction plays a more important role than the DMI on the observed bi-Skyrmion formation...
January 19, 2018: Physical Review Letters
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Reshmi Thomas, Jatish Kumar, Jino George, Madhavan Shanthil, G Narmada Naidu, Rotti Srinivasamurthy Swathi, K George Thomas
Recent advances in understanding the theoretical and experimental properties of excitons and plasmons have led to several technological breakthroughs. Though emerging from different schools of research, the parallels they possess both in their isolated and assembled forms are indeed interesting. Employing the larger framework of the dipolar coupling model, these aspects are discussed based on the excitonic transitions in chromophores and plasmonic resonances in noble metal nanostructures. The emergence of novel optical properties in linear, parallel and helical assemblies of chromophores and nanostructures with varying separation distances, orientations and interaction strengths of interacting dipolar components is discussed...
February 2, 2018: Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
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Sarah Lerch, Björn M Reinhard
Self-assembly of functionalized nanoparticles (NPs) provides a unique class of nanomaterials for exploring and utilizing quantum-plasmonic effects that occur if the interparticle separation between NPs approaches a few nanometers and below. We review recent theoretical and experimental studies of plasmon coupling in self-assembled NP structures that contain molecular linkers between the NPs. Charge transfer through the interparticle gap of an NP dimer results in a significant blue-shift of the bonding dipolar plasmon (BDP) mode relative to classical electromagnetic predictions, and gives rise to new coupled plasmon modes, the so-called charge transfer plasmon (CTP) modes...
September 30, 2017: International Journal of Modern Physics. B
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Fernando Martinez-Pedrero, Eloy Navarro-Argemí, Antonio Ortiz-Ambriz, Ignacio Pagonabarraga, Pietro Tierno
Hydrodynamic interactions (HIs), namely, solvent-mediated long-range interactions between dispersed particles, play a crucial role in the assembly and dynamics of many active systems, from swimming bacteria to swarms of propelling microrobots. We experimentally demonstrate the emergence of long-living hydrodynamic bound states between model microswimmers at low Reynolds numbers. A rotating magnetic field forces colloidal hematite microparticles to translate at a constant and frequency-tunable speed close to a bounding plane in a viscous fluid...
January 2018: Science Advances
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Self-assembled metamaterials attract considerable interest as they promise to make isotropic bulk metamaterials available at low costs. The optical response of self-assembled metamaterials is derived predominantly from the response of its individual constituents, i.e., the meta-atoms. Beyond effective properties, primary experimentally observable quantities, such as specific cross-sections, are at the focus of interest as they are frequently considered when exploiting metamaterials in specific applications...
January 30, 2018: Materials
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Laura Rossi, Joe G Donaldson, Janne-Mieke Meijer, Andrei V Petukhov, Dustin Kleckner, Sofia S Kantorovich, William T M Irvine, Albert P Philipse, Stefano Sacanna
For magnetite spherical nanoparticles, the orientation of the dipole moment in the crystal does not affect the morphology of either zero field or field induced structures. For non-spherical particles however, an interplay between particle shape and direction of the magnetic moment can give rise to unusual behaviors, in particular when the moment is not aligned along a particle symmetry axis. Here we disclose for the first time the unique magnetic properties of hematite cubic particles and show the exact orientation of the cubes' dipole moment...
January 26, 2018: Soft Matter
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Peter Niedbalski, Qing Wang, Christopher R Parish, Fatemeh Khashami, Andhika Kiswandhi, Lloyd Laporca Lumata
Using a homebuilt cryogen-free dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) system with a variable magnetic field capability, 13C spin-lattice T1 relaxation times of hyperpolarized [1-13C] carboxylates (sodium acetate, glycine, sodium pyruvate, and pyruvic acid) doped with trityl OX063 free radical were systematically measured for the first time at different field strengths up to 9 T at T=1.8 K. Our measurements reveal that the 13C T1 values of these frozen hyperpolarized 13C samples vary drastically with the applied magnetic field B according to an apparent empirical power-law dependence (13C T1 ∝ Bα, 2...
January 25, 2018: Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
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Anna Yu Solovyova, Ekaterina A Elfimova, Alexey O Ivanov, Philip J Camp
The effects of particle-size polydispersity on the magnetostatic properties of concentrated ferrofluids are studied using theory and computer simulation. The second-order modified mean-field (MMF2) theory of Ivanov and Kuznetsova [Phys. Rev. E 64, 041405 (2001)1063-651X10.1103/PhysRevE.64.041405] has been extended by calculating additional terms of higher order in the dipolar coupling constant in the expansions of the initial magnetic susceptibility and the magnetization curve. The theoretical predictions have been tested rigorously against results from Monte Carlo simulations of model monodisperse, bidisperse, and highly polydisperse ferrofluids...
November 2017: Physical Review. E
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E S Benilov, M S Benilov
We derive a kinetic equation for rarefied diatomic gases whose molecules have a permanent dipole moment. Estimating typical parameters of such gases, we show that quantum effects cannot be neglected when describing the rotation of molecules, which we thus approximate by quantum rotators. The intermolecular potential is assumed to involve an unspecified short-range repulsive component and a long-range dipole-dipole Coulomb interaction. In the kinetic equation derived, the former and the latter give rise, respectively, to the collision integral and a self-consistent electric field generated collectively by the dipoles (as in the Vlasov model of plasma)...
October 2017: Physical Review. E
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Jason P Koski, Stan G Moore, Gary S Grest, Mark J Stevens
The role of an external field on capillary waves at the liquid-vapor interface of a dipolar fluid is investigated using molecular dynamics simulations. For fields parallel to the interface, the interfacial width squared increases linearly with respect to the logarithm of the size of the interface across all field strengths tested. The value of the slope decreases with increasing field strength, indicating that the field dampens the capillary waves. With the inclusion of the parallel field, the surface stiffness increases with increasing field strength faster than the surface tension...
December 2017: Physical Review. E
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Aaron J Mowitz, T A Witten
We formulate a numerical method for predicting the tensorial linear response of a rigid, asymmetrically charged body to an applied electric field. This prediction requires calculating the response of the fluid to the Stokes drag forces on the moving body and on the countercharges near its surface. To determine the fluid's motion, we represent both the body and the countercharges using many point sources of drag known as Stokeslets. Finding the correct flow field amounts to finding the set of drag forces on the Stokeslets that is consistent with the relative velocities experienced by each Stokeslet...
December 2017: Physical Review. E
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Helena Massana-Cid, Fernando Martinez-Pedrero, Andrejs Cebers, Pietro Tierno
We combine experiments and theory to investigate the dynamics and orientational fluctuations of ferromagnetic microellipsoids that form a ribbonlike structure due to attractive dipolar forces. When assembled in the ribbon, the ellipsoids display orientational thermal fluctuations with an amplitude that can be controlled via application of an in-plane magnetic field. We use video microscopy to investigate the orientational dynamics in real time and space. Theoretical arguments are used to derive an analytical expression that describes how the distribution of the different angular configurations depends on the strength of the applied field...
July 2017: Physical Review. E
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Erik Wetterskog, Christian Jonasson, Detlef-M Smilgies, Vincent Schaller, Christer Johansson, Peter Svedlindh
One of the ultimate goals of nanocrystal self-assembly is to transform nanoscale building blocks into a material that displays enhanced properties relative to the sum of its parts. Herein, we demonstrate that 1D needle shaped assemblies composed of Fe$_{3-\delta}$O$_4$ nanocubes display a significant augmentation of the magnetic susceptibility and dissipation as compared to 0D and 2D systems. The performance of the nanocube needles is highlighted by a colossal anisotropy factor defined as the ratio of the parallel to the perpendicular magnetization components...
January 12, 2018: ACS Nano
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