Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/11147/7107
Title: Wetting of chemically heterogeneous striped surfaces: Molecular dynamics simulations
Authors: Nguyen, Chinh Thanh
Barışık, Murat
Kim, BoHung
Barışık, Murat
Keywords: Wetting
Contact angle
Magnetic bubbles
Substrate heterogeneity
Surface tension
Molecular dynamics
Issue Date: Jun-2018
Publisher: American Institute of Physics
Source: Nguyen, C. T., Barışık, M. and Kim, B. (2018). Wetting of chemically heterogeneous striped surfaces: Molecular dynamics simulations. AIP Advances, 8(6). doi:10.1063/1.5031133
Abstract: Using molecular dynamics simulations, we thoroughly investigated the wetting behaviors of a chemically heterogeneous striped substrate patterned with two different wetting materials, face-centered cubic gold and face-centered cubic silver. We analyzed the density distributions, normal stress distributions, surface tensions, and contact angles of a water droplet placed on the substrates at different heterogeneities. We found that the density and stress profile of the water droplet near the substrate-water interface were noticeably affected by altering the gold and silver contents in the substrate. Specifically, a greater portion of gold (more wetting) or smaller portion of silver (less wetting) in the substrate composition induced higher densities and higher normal stresses in the vicinity of the substrate surface. Also, it was observed that the surface tensions at liquid-vapor interface and solid-vapor interface were not largely impacted by the change of the substrate composition while the solid-liquid surface tension decreased exponentially with increasing fraction of gold. Most importantly, we found that contact angle of a nanometer-sized water droplet resting on the chemically heterogeneous striped substrate does not show linear dependence on corresponding surface fractions like that predicted by Cassie-Baxter model at the macro-scale. Consequently, we proposed a method for successfully predicting the contact angle by including the critical effects of the substrate heterogeneity on both surface tensions and line tension at the three-phase contact line of the water droplet and the chemically striped substrate.
URI: https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5031133
http://hdl.handle.net/11147/7107
ISSN: 2158-3226
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