Structure and dynamics of dense colloidal ellipsoids at the nearest-neighbor length scale

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Anisotropic particles are known to exhibit a richer and more complex phase behavior in comparison to their spherical counterpart. While the majority of the existing studies address structural properties, the dynamic behavior of anisotropic particles is a relatively lesser explored avenue. Using multispeckle ultra-small-angle x-ray photon correlation spectroscopy (USA-XPCS), we have carried out a systematic investigation of the structural and dynamic properties of colloidal ellipsoids at the nearest-neighbor length scale. The USA-XPCS measurements have allowed us to probe, as a function of the volume fraction, the q-dependent effective structure factor, Seff(q), along with the effective long time diffusion coefficient, Deff(q), for this anisotropic system. Our results indicate a scaling behavior of Deff(q) with 1/Seff(q) from which we have estimated the effective amplitude function Aeff(q), which can be directly related to the effective hydrodynamic function Heff(q). Aeff(q) shows a similar q dependence to that of S(q). Our investigation also allows for the precise determination of the volume fraction corresponding to the arrest transition.

Originalspråkengelska
Artikelnummer023254
TidskriftPhysical Review Research
Volym3
Nummer2
DOI
StatusPublished - 2021 juni

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