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DOI: 10.1002/cphc.200900618 Coupled Modulated Bilayers: A Phenomenological Model
 

Summary: DOI: 10.1002/cphc.200900618
Coupled Modulated Bilayers: A Phenomenological Model
Yuichi Hirose,[b]
Shigeyuki Komura,[b]
and David Andelman*[a]
Dedicated to Erich Sackmann on the occasion of his 75th birthday
1. Introduction
Quite a number of physical, chemical, and biological systems
manifest some type of modulation in their spatial ordering.[13]
Such structures are stripes and bubbles in two-dimensional
(2D) systems, or lamellae, hexagonally packed cylinders, and
cubic arrays of spheres in three-dimensional (3D) cases, as well
as more complex structures such as gyroids. Examples of such
systems include ferromagnetic layers,[4]
magnetic garnet
films,[5]
ferrofluids,[2,3,6]
dipolar Langmuir films,[7]
rippled phases
in lipid bilayers,[8]

  

Source: Andelman, David - School of Physics and Astronomy, Tel Aviv University

 

Collections: Materials Science; Physics