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直流电场下水中石墨烯定向行为研究

董若宇 曹鹏 曹桂兴 胡帼杰 曹炳阳

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直流电场下水中石墨烯定向行为研究

董若宇, 曹鹏, 曹桂兴, 胡帼杰, 曹炳阳

DC electric field induced orientation of a graphene in water

Dong Ruo-Yu, Cao Peng, Cao Gui-Xing, Hu Guo-Jie, Cao Bing-Yang
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  • 纳米颗粒在液体环境中的定向控制与系统物理性能的调控及新型纳米器件的制备等应用领域密切相关.本文使用分子动力学模拟方法,研究了水中单片不带电矩形石墨烯在直流电场下的定向行为.结果发现石墨烯平面趋向平行于电场方向且随着电场强度增大定向性增强,其主要原因在于极性水分子在电场下的响应以及水合作用;减小石墨烯长宽比,石墨烯法向矢量和长边矢量的定向性减弱,定量结果表明法向和长边定向度分别与绕长边和法向的转动扩散系数存在负相关关系.
    Graphene, as a classical two-dimensional material, has various excellent physical properties, which can be further transferred into its nanocomposite. Under external fields, the nonspherical nanoparticles in liquid environment will exhibit various deterministic movements, among them is the orientation behavior. By realizing the orientation control of nanoparticles, we can, on one hand, increase the thermal conductivity of the system along the oriented direction, and on the other hand, fabricate novel nano-devices based on the nanoscale self-assembly, which may become the key components in NEMS and Lab-on-a-chip architectures. However, current studies mainly focus on the orientations of one-dimensional rod-shaped particles, like carbon nanotubes. For a two-dimensional nanoparticle, like graphene, the situation is more complex than the one-dimensional one, because two unit vectors should be defined to monitor the orientation behaviors. As far as we know, this part of research has not been extensively carried out. Thus, in this paper, the molecular dynamics method is used to study the orientation of a single uncharged rectangular graphene in water, induced by DC electric fields. We track the orientations of the normal and long-side vectors of graphene. The results show that at a relatively high electric strength of 1.0 V/nm, the graphene is preferred to orient its normal vector perpendicular and its long-side vector with a small angle(located between 0° and 30°) with respect to the electric direction, respectively. With the increase of the electric field strength, the orientation preference of the normal vector along the electric direction is increased. To explain this phenomenon, we calculate the orientation distribution of water molecules in the first hydration shell. The dipoles tend to be parallel to the electric direction, and the surfaces of water molecules tend to be parallel to the surface of graphene. These two combined effects result in the above orientation behavior of the normal vector. Another interesting phenomenon is that the decrease of the length to width ratio of graphene will cause both the orientation preferences of the normal vector and the long-side vector to decrease. By utilizing the Einstein relation, we can obtain the rotational diffusion coefficients of graphene around the normal vector and long-side vector. The qualitative results show that the orientation orders of the normal vector and long-side vector respectively have negative correlations with the rotational diffusion coefficients of the rotation around the long-side vector and the normal vector. The orientation behavior of the platelike graphene actually comes from the competing effects between its rotational Brownian motion and the external field. Increasing the strength of the external field or reducing the rotational diffusivity will both lead to an increased orientation order of the nonspherical nanoparticle.
      通信作者: 曹炳阳, caoby@tsinghua.edu.cn
    • 基金项目: 国家自然科学基金(批准号:51322603)和通信卫星系统创新基金资助的课题.
      Corresponding author: Cao Bing-Yang, caoby@tsinghua.edu.cn
    • Funds: Project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China(Grant No. 51322603) and Institute of Telecommunication Satellite Innovation Fund, China.
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    Huang H, Liu C H, Wu Y, Fan S S 2005 Adv. Mater. 17 1652

    [2]

    Liang Q, Yao X, Wang W, Liu Y, Wong C P 2011 ACS Nano 5 2392

    [3]

    Behabtu N, Young C C, Tsentalovich D E, Kleinerman O, Wang X, Ma A W K, Bengio E A, ter Waarbeek R F, de Jong J J, Hoogerwerf R E, Fairchild F B, Ferguson J B, Maruyama B, Kono J, Talmon Y, Cohen Y, Otto M J, Pasquali M 2013 Science 339 182

    [4]

    Liu M S, Lin M C C, Huang I T, Wang C C 2005 Int. Commun. Heat Mass Trans. 32 1202

    [5]

    Guo X, Su J, Guo H 2012 Soft Matter 8 1010

    [6]

    Hermanson K D, Lumsdon S O, Williams J P, Kaler E W, Velev O D 2001 Science 294 1082

    [7]

    Hsu H Y, Sharma N, Ruoff R S, Patankar N A 2005 Nanotechnology 16 312

    [8]

    Alexandrou I, Ang D K H, Mathur N D, Haq S, Amaratunga G A J 2004 Nano Lett. 4 2299

    [9]

    van der Zande B M I, Koper G J M, Lekkerkerker H N W 1999 J. Phys. Chem. B 103 5754

    [10]

    Ma C, Zhang W, Zhu Y, Ji L, Zhang R, Koratkar N, Liang J 2008 Carbon 46 706

    [11]

    Li J, Zhang Q, Peng N, Zhu Q 2005 Appl. Phys. Lett. 86 153116

    [12]

    Martin C A, Sandler J K W, Winder A H, Schwarz M K, Bauhofer W, Schulte K, Shaffer M S P 2005 Polymer 46 877

    [13]

    Oliveira L, Saini D, Gaillard J B, Podila R, Rao A M, Serkiz S M 2015 Carbon 93 32

    [14]

    Daub C D, Bratko D, Ali T, Luzar A 2009 Phys. Rev. Lett. 103 207801

    [15]

    Cao B Y, Dong R Y 2014 J. Chem. Phys. 140 34703

    [16]

    Dong R Y, Cao B Y 2014 Sci. Rep. 4 6120

    [17]

    Song Y, Dai L L 2010 Mol. Simulat. 36 560

    [18]

    Ryckaert J P, Cicotti G, Berendsen H J C 1977 J. Comput. Phys. 23 327

    [19]

    Won C Y, Joseph S, Aluru N R 2006 J. Chem. Phys. 125 114701

    [20]

    Werder T, Walther J H, Jaffe R L, Halicioglu T, Noca F, Koumoutsakos P 2001 Nano Lett. 1 697

    [21]

    Shiomi J, Maruyama S 2009 Nanotechnology 20 055708

    [22]

    Plimpton S 1995 J. Comput. Phys. 7 1

    [23]

    Hockney R W, Eastwood J W 1988 Computer Simulation Using Particles(New York:Taylor & Francis Group) pp267-304

    [24]

    Djikaev Y S, Ruckenstein E 2012 J. Phys. Chem. B 116 2820

    [25]

    Dong R Y, Cao B Y 2015 J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 15 2984

    [26]

    Börzsönyi T, Szabó B, Törös G, Wegner S, Török J, Somfai E, Bien T, Stannarius R 2012 Phys. Rev. Lett. 108 228302

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  • 收稿日期:  2016-07-26
  • 修回日期:  2016-10-13
  • 刊出日期:  2017-01-05

直流电场下水中石墨烯定向行为研究

  • 1. 清华大学航天航空学院, 热科学与动力工程教育部重点实验室, 北京 100084;
  • 2. 中国空间技术研究院通信卫星事业部, 北京 100094
  • 通信作者: 曹炳阳, caoby@tsinghua.edu.cn
    基金项目: 

    国家自然科学基金(批准号:51322603)和通信卫星系统创新基金资助的课题.

摘要: 纳米颗粒在液体环境中的定向控制与系统物理性能的调控及新型纳米器件的制备等应用领域密切相关.本文使用分子动力学模拟方法,研究了水中单片不带电矩形石墨烯在直流电场下的定向行为.结果发现石墨烯平面趋向平行于电场方向且随着电场强度增大定向性增强,其主要原因在于极性水分子在电场下的响应以及水合作用;减小石墨烯长宽比,石墨烯法向矢量和长边矢量的定向性减弱,定量结果表明法向和长边定向度分别与绕长边和法向的转动扩散系数存在负相关关系.

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