Publications 2023

  1. Steering self-organisation through confinement
    N.A.M. Araújo, L.M.C. Janssen, T. Barois, G. Boffetta, I. Cohen, A. Corbetta, O. Dauchot, M. Dijkstra, W.M. Durham, A. Dussutour, S. Garnier, H. Gelderblom, R. Golestanian, L. Isa, G.H. Koenderink, H. Löwen, R. Metzler, M. Polin, C.P. Royall, A. Šarić, A. Sengupta, C. Sykes, V. Trianni, I. Tuval, N. Vogel, J.M. Yeomans, I. Zuriguel, A. Marin and G. Volpe, Soft Matter 19 (9), 1695-1704 (2023). DOI: 10.1039/D2SM01562E
  2. Influence of thickeners (microfibrillated cellulose, starch, xanthan gum) on rheological, tribological and sensory properties of low-fat mayonnaises
    A.E. Blok, D.P. Bolhuis, L.N. Arnaudov, K.P. Velikov and M. Stieger, Food Hydrocolloids 136 (part A), 108242 (2023). DOI: 10.1016/j.foodhyd.2022.108242. Supporting information: DOCX.
  3. Spray-dried microfibrillated cellulose particles as texture modifier in liquid foods and their effect on rheological, tribological and sensory properties
    A.E. Blok, D.P. Bolhuis, K.P. Velikov and M. Stieger, Food Hydrocolloids 138, 108398 (2023). DOI: 10.1016/j.foodhyd.2022.108398.
  4. Coulombic surface-ion interactions induce nonlinear and chemistry-specific charging kinetics
    W.Q. Boon, M. Dijkstra and R. van Roij
    Physical Review Letters 130 (5), 058001 (2023). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.130.058001. Supporting information: PDF.
  5. Reactivity of Fe(III)-containing pyrophosphate salts with phenolics: complexation, oxidation, and surface interaction
    J. Bijlsma, N. Moslehi, K.P. Velikov, W.K. Kegel, J.P. Vincken and W.J.C. de Bruijn, Food Chemistry 407, 135156 (2023). DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2022.135156. Supporting information: DOCX.
  6. Formation pathways of lath-shaped WO3 nanosheets and elemental W nanoparticles from heating of WO3 nanocrystals studied via in situ TEM
    X. Chen and M.A. van Huis, Materials 16 (3), 1291 (2023). DOI: 10.3390/ma16031291. Supporting information: PDF.
  7. Thermal stability and sublimation of two-dimensional Co9Se8 nanosheets for ultrathin and flexible nanoelectronic devices
    D.S. Gavhane and M.A. van Huis, ACS Applied Nano Materials 6 (4), 2421-2428 (2023). DOI: 10.1021/acsanm.2c04640. Supporting information: PDF, AVI 1, AVI 2, AVI 3, AVI 4, AVI 5, AVI 6, AVI 7, AVI 8, AVI 9, AVI 10.
  8. In situ single particle characterization of the themoresponsive and co-nonsolvent behavior of PNIPAM microgels and silica@PNIPAM core shell colloids
    A. Grau Carbonell
    , F. Hagemans, M. Bransen, N.A. Elbers, R.J.A. van Dijk-Moes, S. Sadighikia, T.A.J. Welling, A. van Blaaderen and M.A. van Huis,
    Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 635, 552-561 (2023). DOI: 10.1016/j.jcis.2022.12.116. Supporting information: PDF, MP4 1, MP4 2, MP4 3, MP4 4.  
  9. DNA origami fiducial for accurate 3D atomic force microscopy imaging
    P.J. Kolbeck, M. Dass, I.V. Martynenko, R.J.A. van Dijk-Moes, K.J.H. Brouwer, A. van Blaaderen, W. Vanderlinden, T. Liedl and J. Lipfert, Nano Letters 23 (4), 1236-1243 (2023).
  10. Realization of the Brazil-nut effect in charged colloids without external driving
    M.N. van der Linden, J.C. Everts, R. van Roij and A. van Blaaderen, PNAS 120 (9), e2213044120 (2023). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2213044120 . Supporting information: PDF, AVI 1, AVI2.
  11. Exploiting anisotropic particle shape to electrostatically assemble colloidal molecules with high yield and purity
    Y. Shelke
    , S. Marín-Aguilar, F. Camerin, M. Dijkstra and D.J. Kraft,
    Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 629, 322-333 (2023). DOI: 10.1016/j.jcis.2022.08.158. Supporting information: PDF, MP4 1, MP4 2, MP4 3, MP4 4, MP4 5, MP4 6, MP4 7, MP4 8.