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Xie and Liu [49] used a line of colloidal particles as a template from which to aggregate epitaxially and order particles in an out-of-plane geometry. After the particles were initially aggregated, the fixed line of colloidal particles helped anneal the assembly. 3a (Debye length, gap between the particle and the electrode, and particle radius), compared the strength of the electroosmotic flow driven by slip on the particle to the strength of the electroosmotic flow driven by slip at an adjacent electrode.

2â•…Comparison Between Theory and Experiment Ristenpart [43] used the parameters of Solomentsev et€al. [22] to generate dc ICEO flow and resulting interparticle velocities of doublets for comparison to Solomentsev’s data. Since Guelcher [22, 23] did not report the total applied voltage in his experiments, Ristenpart et€al. 43. 20. 5 radii. The amount of the increase in rate for Δâ•›=â•›1€V seemed to explain experiments where the initial rate was larger than the mean. Ristenpart et€al. [43] argued that dc ICEO flow was comparable in importance to dc ECEO based on the particle alone.

The potential drop was taken as small in order to linearize the problem, and the equilibrium charge of the electrode was taken as zero. 41) where κ is the reciprocal Debye length, l is one-half the electrode separation, I is the specified current, σe is the electrolyte conductivity, and Δ is the applied cell potential. 41 is notable because it describes a continuous change of potential from the OHP of one electrode to the OHP of the other, which is different from the typical decomposition of the problem into bulk and double layer regions.

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