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Physics at the mesoscopic scale which lies between the nano and micro scales.

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How do you model quantum-confinement effects in optically active (e.g. plasmonic) mesoscopic structures?

Optically active materials, and particularly metals can be described fairly well with Classical Electrodynamics. For example, interfaces can be modeled using the Drude model, and for spherical ...
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Frameworks for materials modeling at the mesoscopic scale

The mechanical, chemical, and electronic properties of materials change depending on the scale at which we are measuring. Scales typically range from the nano to micro to macro levels. My question is, ...
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How to define a simple potential in DPD for some type of beads? [closed]

I apologize if this is off-topic and if so would be grateful for someone to point me to a relevant source of information. Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD) is a quick simulation technique that ...
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Fitting of mesostructure diffraction peaks [closed]

I've got synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction data where nice mesostructure diffraction peaks are observed at a very low angles. Does anybody know how to gain relevant information from these data? ...
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