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:Lecture (2 SWS) and Tutorials (every 2nd week)
 
:Lecture (2 SWS) and Tutorials (every 2nd week)
 
;Lecturer
 
;Lecturer
:Prof. Dr. [[Christian Holm]] and [http://www.pi2.uni-stuttgart.de/contact/index.php?article_id=80&id=cb2 Prof. Dr. Clemens Bechinger] (Lecture); Dr. [[Jens Smiatek]] (Tutorials)
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:Prof. Dr. [[Christian Holm]] and [http://www.pi2.uni-stuttgart.de/contact/index.php?article_id=80&id=cb2 Prof. Dr. Clemens Bechinger] (Lecture); Dr. [[Jens Smiatek]] and [[Stefan Kesselheim]] (Tutorials)
 
;Course language
 
;Course language
 
:English
 
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:October 17th, 2013 - February 6th, 2014
 
:October 17th, 2013 - February 6th, 2014
 
:Lecture: Thu, 14:00 - 15:30 (Seminar room ICP 1.079, Allmandring 3)  
 
:Lecture: Thu, 14:00 - 15:30 (Seminar room ICP 1.079, Allmandring 3)  
:Tutorials: tba.
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:Tutorials: Every second week on '''Thursday, 08:00-09:30''' in CIP pool 1.033, ICP, Allmandring 3
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; Prerequisites
 
; Prerequisites
 
: B. Sc. 5. Semester or Master
 
: B. Sc. 5. Semester or Master
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The lecture will focus on the physical principles behind the observed effects. In addition, fundamental principles and theories like the DLVO- and the Poisson-Boltzmann theory will be introduced.
 
The lecture will focus on the physical principles behind the observed effects. In addition, fundamental principles and theories like the DLVO- and the Poisson-Boltzmann theory will be introduced.
 
The interdisciplinary character of this research field is reflected by the presentation of experimental and theoretical work in addition to numerical simulation results.   
 
The interdisciplinary character of this research field is reflected by the presentation of experimental and theoretical work in addition to numerical simulation results.   
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== Recommended literature ==
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* Pierre Gilles de Gennes: [http://rmp.aps.org/pdf/RMP/v64/i3/p645_1 ''Soft matter''], Rev. Mod. Phys. '''64''', 645 (1992)
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* Richard A. L. Jones: ''Soft Condensed Matter'', Oxford University Press (2002)
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* D. Fennell Evans and Hakan Wennerström: ''The Colloidal Domain - Where Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Technology Meet'', Wiley-VCH (1999)
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* Robert J. Hunter: ''Foundations of Colloid Science'', Oxford University Press (2002)
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* Gert R. Strobl: ''The Physics of Polymers: Concepts for Understanding Their Structures and Behavior'', Springer (2007)
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* Jean-Pierre Hansen and Ian R. McDonald: ''Theory of Simple Liquids'', Academic Press (2006)
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* Mohamed Daoud and Claudine E. Williams (Eds.): ''Soft Matter Physics'', Springer (1999)
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* Pierre Gilles de Gennes: ''Scaling Concepts in Polymer Physics'', Cornell University Press (1979)
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* Ian W. Hamley: ''Introduction to Soft Matter'', J. Wiley (2000).
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* Maurice Kleman and Oleg G. Laverntovich: ''Soft Matter Physics: An Introduction'', Springer (2003)
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* Jacob Israelachvili: ''Intermolecular and Surface Forces'', Academic Press  (1992)
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* Michael Rubinstein and Ralph H. Colby: ''Polymer Physics'', Oxford University Press (2003)
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* Gerhard Nägele: [http://hera.physik.uni-konstanz.de/igk/news/workshops/Naegele.pdf ''Lecture Notes: The Physics of Colloidal Soft Matter''] (2004)
  
 
== Course Material ==
 
== Course Material ==
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!Date !! Subject !! Lecturer || Ressources
  
 
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|17.10.2013 || Motivation and historical overview || Bechinger ||
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|17.10.2013 || Motivation and historical overview || Bechinger || {{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture1_17_10_13.pdf|Lecture Notes}} and [[Media:Lecture_A.pptx|Slides]]
  
 
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|24.10.2013 || Many-particle systems: description of structural properties || Holm ||  
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|24.10.2013 || Many-particle systems: description of structural properties || Holm || {{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture1_24_10_13.pdf|Lecture Notes}}
  
 
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|31.10.2013 || Pair interactions between dispersed particles || Bechinger ||  
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|31.10.2013 || Pair interactions between dispersed particles || Bechinger ||   {{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture1_31_10_13.pdf|Lecture Notes}}  {{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture1_24_10_13_ppt.pdf|Slides}}
  
 
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|07.11.2013 || Phase transitions: general introduction || Holm ||  
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|07.11.2013 || Poisson-Boltzmann theory || Holm ||  
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{{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture1_07_11_13.pdf|Lecture Notes}} 
  
 
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|14.11.2013 || Poisson-Boltzmann theory || Holm ||  
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|14.11.2013 || Introduction to polymer physics || Holm ||
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{{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture5_14_11_13.pdf|Lecture Notes}} 
  
 
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|21.11.2013 || Introduction to polymer physics || Holm ||
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|21.11.2013 || Polyelectrolytes I || Holm ||  
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{{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture5_21_11_13.pdf|Lecture Notes}} 
  
 
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|28.11.2013 || Polyelectrolytes || Holm ||  
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|28.11.2013 || Polyelectrolytes II || Holm ||  
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{{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture5_21_11_13.pdf|Lecture Notes}}
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(Continued from 21.11.2013)
  
 
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|05.12.2013 || Experimental techniques  || Bechinger  
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|05.12.2013 || Experimental techniques  || Bechinger ||
 
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{{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture7_05_12.pdf|Slides}}
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{{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture7_05_12_notes.pdf|Notes}}
 
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|12.12.2013 || Phase transitions in 2D systems || Bechinger, Holm  
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|12.12.2013 || Phase transitions || Bechinger, Holm ||
 
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{{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture7_12_12_notes.pdf|Lecture Notes}}
 
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|19.12.2013 || Xmas lecture: Soft matter food science  || Bechinger, Holm ||
 
|19.12.2013 || Xmas lecture: Soft matter food science  || Bechinger, Holm ||
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{{Download|FoodXMas.pdf|Lecture Notes}}
  
 
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|09.01.2014 || Depletion interactions I || Bechinger ||  
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|09.01.2014 || Phase transitions II || Holm ||  
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{{Download|Lecture10_09_01_notes.pdf|Lecture Notes}}
  
 
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|16.01.2014 || Depletion interactions II || Holm ||  
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|16.01.2014 || Depletion interactions I || Bechinger ||  
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{{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture1_16_01_14.pdf|Slides}}  {{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture1_16_01_14_ppt.pdf|Lecture Notes}}
  
 
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|23.01.2014 || tba. || Bechinger ||
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|23.01.2014 || Depletion interactions II || Bechinger ||
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{{Download|Soft_Matter1_WS1314_lecture1_23_01_14_ppt.pdf|Lecture Notes}}
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{{Download|Slides_230114.pdf|Slides}}
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|30.01.2014 || Biological soft matter || Holm ||
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{{Download|Vorlesung14_30.1.2014.pdf|Slides}}
  
|30.01.2014 || Biological soft matter || Holm ||
 
 
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|06.02.2014 || Lab tour || Bechinger ||
 
|06.02.2014 || Lab tour || Bechinger ||
 
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== Additional Material ==
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<bibentry filelink=yes>deserno01c</bibentry>
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<bibentry filelink=yes>alexander84a</bibentry>
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<bibentry filelink=yes>aubouy03a</bibentry>
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<bibentry filelink=no>barrat03a</bibentry>
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{{Download|barrat-hansen-vdw.pdf|Extract on van-der-Waals equation of state}} 
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== Work sheets ==
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*'''[[Media:Tutorial_1.zip|Worksheet 1 (zip-File with work sheet and literature)]]''': ''1D-Random walk, Langevin equation and atomistic revolution''
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** {{DownloadExt|/teaching/2012-ws-sim_methods/slides07.pdf|Slides: Simulating Brownian Motion}}
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*'''[[Media:Tutorial_2.zip|Worksheet 2 (zip-File with work sheet and literature)]]''': ''Pair distribution functions and colloids in suspense''
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** [http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~bds2/ltsn/Edinburgh/lennard-jones/index.html 2D-Molecular Dynamics simulation of Lennard-Jones particles (Java-Applet)]
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** [http://igitur-archive.library.uu.nl/chem/2007-0723-200250/lekke_96_colloidsinsuspense.pdf ''Colloids in suspense'' by Poon et al.; ''Physics World'' '''9''', 27, (1996)]
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*'''[[Media:Tutorial_3.zip|Worksheet 3 (zip-File with work sheet and literature)]]''': ''Electrostatic screening and polymer properties''
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*'''[[Media:Tutorial_4.pdf|Worksheet 4 ]]''': ''Gibbs-Donnan equilibrium and the van-der-Waals equation of state''
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*'''[[Media:Tutorial_5.zip|Worksheet 5 (zip-File with work sheet and literature)]]''': ''Microscopy''
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*'''[[Media:tutorial_6.pdf|Worksheet 6 ]]''': ''Phase transitions and solubilities''
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*'''[[Media:tutorial_7.pdf|Worksheet 7 ]]''': ''Depletion interactions and Total Internal Reflection Microscopy'' {{Download|tirm.dat}}

Latest revision as of 17:51, 30 January 2014

Overview

Type
Lecture (2 SWS) and Tutorials (every 2nd week)
Lecturer
Prof. Dr. Christian Holm and Prof. Dr. Clemens Bechinger (Lecture); Dr. Jens Smiatek and Stefan Kesselheim (Tutorials)
Course language
English
Location and Time
October 17th, 2013 - February 6th, 2014
Lecture: Thu, 14:00 - 15:30 (Seminar room ICP 1.079, Allmandring 3)
Tutorials: Every second week on Thursday, 08:00-09:30 in CIP pool 1.033, ICP, Allmandring 3
Prerequisites
B. Sc. 5. Semester or Master

Scope

The lecture intends to give an overview about the physics behind soft and biological matter which has been established as a novel interdisciplinary research field over the last decades. Soft matter typically includes easily deformable objects like colloids, polymers/polyelectrolytes, membranes, liquid crystals as well as vesicles and micelles. Most soft matter effects are driven by electrostatic, van-der-Waals, solute-solvent as well as entropic interactions. Typical phenomena include order-disorder phase transitions or aggregation behavior. The lecture will focus on the physical principles behind the observed effects. In addition, fundamental principles and theories like the DLVO- and the Poisson-Boltzmann theory will be introduced. The interdisciplinary character of this research field is reflected by the presentation of experimental and theoretical work in addition to numerical simulation results.

Recommended literature

  • Pierre Gilles de Gennes: Soft matter, Rev. Mod. Phys. 64, 645 (1992)
  • Richard A. L. Jones: Soft Condensed Matter, Oxford University Press (2002)
  • D. Fennell Evans and Hakan Wennerström: The Colloidal Domain - Where Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Technology Meet, Wiley-VCH (1999)
  • Robert J. Hunter: Foundations of Colloid Science, Oxford University Press (2002)
  • Gert R. Strobl: The Physics of Polymers: Concepts for Understanding Their Structures and Behavior, Springer (2007)
  • Jean-Pierre Hansen and Ian R. McDonald: Theory of Simple Liquids, Academic Press (2006)
  • Mohamed Daoud and Claudine E. Williams (Eds.): Soft Matter Physics, Springer (1999)
  • Pierre Gilles de Gennes: Scaling Concepts in Polymer Physics, Cornell University Press (1979)
  • Ian W. Hamley: Introduction to Soft Matter, J. Wiley (2000).
  • Maurice Kleman and Oleg G. Laverntovich: Soft Matter Physics: An Introduction, Springer (2003)
  • Jacob Israelachvili: Intermolecular and Surface Forces, Academic Press (1992)
  • Michael Rubinstein and Ralph H. Colby: Polymer Physics, Oxford University Press (2003)
  • Gerhard Nägele: Lecture Notes: The Physics of Colloidal Soft Matter (2004)

Course Material

Date Subject Lecturer Ressources
17.10.2013 Motivation and historical overview Bechinger application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (181 KB)Info circle.png and Slides
24.10.2013 Many-particle systems: description of structural properties Holm application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (1.19 MB)Info circle.png
31.10.2013 Pair interactions between dispersed particles Bechinger application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (696 KB)Info circle.png application_pdf.pngSlides (3.33 MB)Info circle.png
07.11.2013 Poisson-Boltzmann theory Holm

application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (2.36 MB)Info circle.png

14.11.2013 Introduction to polymer physics Holm

application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (7.79 MB)Info circle.png

21.11.2013 Polyelectrolytes I Holm

application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (3.45 MB)Info circle.png

28.11.2013 Polyelectrolytes II Holm

application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (3.45 MB)Info circle.png (Continued from 21.11.2013)

05.12.2013 Experimental techniques Bechinger

application_pdf.pngSlides (6.2 MB)Info circle.png application_pdf.pngNotes (326 KB)Info circle.png

12.12.2013 Phase transitions Bechinger, Holm

application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (485 KB)Info circle.png

19.12.2013 Xmas lecture: Soft matter food science Bechinger, Holm

application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (4.15 MB)Info circle.png

09.01.2014 Phase transitions II Holm

application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (130 KB)Info circle.png

16.01.2014 Depletion interactions I Bechinger

application_pdf.pngSlides (1.68 MB)Info circle.png application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (262 KB)Info circle.png

23.01.2014 Depletion interactions II Bechinger

application_pdf.pngLecture Notes (25 KB)Info circle.png application_pdf.pngSlides (3.61 MB)Info circle.png

30.01.2014 Biological soft matter Holm

application_pdf.pngSlides (4.34 MB)Info circle.png

06.02.2014 Lab tour Bechinger

Additional Material

application_pdf.pngExtract on van-der-Waals equation of state (2.24 MB)Info circle.png

Work sheets