3 years ago

Design of two-dimensional particle assemblies using isotropic pair interactions with an attractive well.

Thomas M. Truskett, William D. Piñeros, Ryan B. Jadrich

Using ground-state and relative-entropy based inverse design strategies, isotropic interactions with an attractive well are determined to stabilize and promote as- sembly of particles into two-dimensional square, honeycomb, and kagome lattices. The design rules inferred from these results are discussed and validated in the dis- covery of interactions that favor assembly of the highly open truncated-square and truncated-hexagonal lattices.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1711.01307

DOI: arXiv:1711.01307v1

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