Quantification of the heterogeneity of particle packings
The microstructure of coagulated colloidal particles, for which the interparticle potential is described by the Derjaguin-Landau-Verweg-Overbeek theory, is strongly influenced by the particles' surface potential. Depending on its value, the resulting microstructures are either more " homogeneous" or more "heterogeneous," at equal volume fractions. An adequate quantification of a structure's degree of heterogeneity (DOH), however, does not yet exist. In this work, methods to quantify and thus...[Show more]
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