Table 1

Three cases with different diameters of particles, volume fractions, and zeta potentials

Case 1: under different diameters d

(a) d0 = 10 nm, Np = 1200, ψ = 0.153, ζ = 0.0 eV

(b) d1 = 25 nm, Np = 1200, ψ = 0.153, ζ = 0.0 eV

(c) d2 = 50 nm, Np = 1200, ψ = 0.153, ζ = 0.0 eV

Case 2: under different volume fractions ψ

(a) d1 = 25 nm, Np = 400, ψ = 0.051, ζ = 0.0 eV

(b) d1 = 25 nm, Np = 1200, ψ = 0.153, ζ = 0.0 eV

(c) d1 = 25 nm, Np = 2100, ψ = 0.268, ζ = 0.0 eV

(d) d1 = 25 nm, Np = 4200, ψ = 0.537, ζ = 0.0 eV

Case 3: under different zeta potentials ζ

(a) d1 = 25 nm, Np = 1200, ψ = 0.153, ζ = 0 eV

(b) d1 = 25 nm, Np = 1200, ψ = 0.153, ζ = 0.01 eV

(c) d1 = 25 nm, Np = 1200, ψ = 0.153, ζ = 0.025 eV

(d) d1 = 25 nm, Np = 1200, ψ = 0.153, ζ = 0.05 eV


Ni et al. Nanoscale Research Letters 2011 6:183   doi:10.1186/1556-276X-6-183

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