Yanting Wang's Group in ITP-CAS Yanting Wang's Group in ITP-CAS

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The main focus of our research group is the structural and dynamical properties and self-assembly processes of various kinds of soft materials as well as their microscopic mechanisms. Our current research interests include self-assembly of nanometals and peptides, structural and dynamical properties of ionic liquids and ionic liquid crystals, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics of soft matter, and coarse-graining methodology for molecular simulation. The most recent effort has been devoted to a quantitative definition of soft matter from the viewpoint of statistical mechanics.

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Yanting Wang, Moderate Point: Balanced Entropy and Enthalpy Contributions in Soft Matter submitted. arXiv: 1510.04394
Rui Shi, Yanting Wang, Dual Ionic and Organic Nature of Ionic Liquids Sci. Rep. 6, 19644 (2016). PDF Supporting Information
Li Deng, Yurong Zhao, Hai Xu, Yanting Wang, Intrinsic Defect Formation in Peptide Self-Assembly Appl. Phys. Lett. 107, 043701 (2015).  PDF arXiv:1501.02050
Rui ShiYanting WangIon-Cage Interpretation for the Structural and Dynamic Changes of Ionic Liquids under an External Electric Field J. Phys. Chem. B 117, 5102-5112 (2013). PDF Supporting Information
Shiguo Zhang, Rui Shi, Xiangyuan Ma, Liujin Lu, Yude He, Xiaohu ZhangYanting Wang, Youquan Deng, Intrinsic Electric Fields in Ionic Liquids Determined by Vibrational Stark Effect Spectroscopy and Molecular Dynamics Simulations Chem. Euro. J. 18, 11904-11908 (2012). (Cover Story) PDF Supporting Information
Yanting Wang, Wei Jiang, Tianying Yan, and Gregory A. Voth, Understanding Ionic Liquids through Atomistic and Coarse-Grained Moleclar Dynamics Simulations Acc. Chem. Res.40, 1193-1199 (2007). PDF
Yanting Wang, S. Teitel, and Christoph Dellago, Surface Driven Bulk Reorganization of Gold Nanorods Nano Lett. 5, 2174-2178 (2005). PDF
Yanting Wang, S. Teitel, and Christoph Dellago, Melting of Icosahedral Gold Nanoclusters from Molecular Dynamics SimulationsJ. Chem. Phys. 122, 214722-214738 (2005). PDF

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