|Capillary wave propagation during the delamination of graphene by the precursor films in electro-elasto-capillarity|
|Zhu XY(朱雪燕); Yuan QZ(袁泉子); Zhao YP(赵亚溥); firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Source Publication||Scientific Reports|
Molecular dynamics simulations were carried out to explore the capillary wave propagation induced by the competition between one upper precursor film (PF) on the graphene and one lower PF on the substrate in electro-elasto-capillarity (EEC). During the wave propagation, the graphene was gradually delaminated from the substrate by the lower PF. The physics of the capillary wave was explored by the molecular kinetic theory. Besides, the dispersion relation of the wave was obtained theoretically. The theory showed that the wave was controlled by the driving work difference of the two PFs. Simulating the EEC process under different electric field intensities (E), the wave velocity was found insensitive to E. We hope this research could expand our knowledge on the wetting, electrowetting and EEC. As a potential application, the electrowetting of the PF between the graphene and the substrate is a promising candidate for delaminating graphene from substrate.
|Subject Area||微机电系统中的固体力学问 ; 物理力学|
|Zhu XY,Yuan QZ,Zhao YP,et al. Capillary wave propagation during the delamination of graphene by the precursor films in electro-elasto-capillarity[J]. Scientific Reports,2012,2:972.|
|APA||朱雪燕,袁泉子,赵亚溥,&email@example.com.(2012).Capillary wave propagation during the delamination of graphene by the precursor films in electro-elasto-capillarity.Scientific Reports,2,972.|
|MLA||朱雪燕,et al."Capillary wave propagation during the delamination of graphene by the precursor films in electro-elasto-capillarity".Scientific Reports 2(2012):972.|
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