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## PHYSF475 Nanophysique

Graduate course, Physics, ULB, ULB, Campus Plaine, Bat. NO, 2014

## PHYSF475 Nanophysique

Masters II, Physics, ULB, ULB, Campus Plaine, Bat. NO, 2022

## PHYSF475 Nanophysique

Graduate course, Physics, ULB, ULB, Campus Plaine, Bat. NO, 2014

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## Classical density functional theory, unconstrained crystallization, and polymorphic behavior

Classical DFT calculations of a liquid droplet attached to a wall. As the temperature is lowered, more and more structure develops until the droplet spontaneously crystallizes.

## The physical basis of step pinning.

Step growth in the presence of impurities is governed by thermodynamics - not kinetics.

## 2-variable extension of classical nucleation theory.

Mesoscopic Nucleation Theory is used to construct a two-variable theory of droplet muceation that reveals non-classical behavior. The figure shows the free energy surface for droplet nucleation with the horizontal and vertical axes being the cluster radius and the density inside the cluster, respectively. The line is the most likely path for droplet nucleation from an initial low-density vapor.

## Observing classical nucleation theory at work by monitoring phase transitions with molecular precision.

Microscopic observation of nucleation on a surface.

## Mesoscopic Impurities Expose a Nucleation-Limited Regime of Crystal Growth

Step growth has both deterministic and stochastic regimes

## Step Crowding Effects Dampen the Stochasticity of Crystal Growth Kinetics

Macrosteps can grow under conditions of low supersaturation and high impurity density such that elementary step growth is completely arrested.

## Solute particle near a nanopore: influence of size and surface properties on the solvent-mediated forces

Nanoscopic pores are used to attract macromolecules.

## Lattice induced crystallization of nanodroplets: the role of finite-size effects and substrate properties in controlling polymorphism

Freezing a nanodroplet deposited on a solid substrate leads to the formation of crystalline structures..

## Mineral Growth beyond the Limits of Impurity Poisoning

Crystal surfaces populated with macrosteps continue to grow even when single steps are stopped by surface bound impurities due to a novel mechanism exposed in our simulations: the macrostep facet provides an escape route for single steps to grow in the direction normal to the vicinal face, allowing crystals to break the kinetic barrier of the impurity fence.

## Classical density functional theory, unconstrained crystallization, and polymorphic behavior

Classical DFT calculations of a liquid droplet attached to a wall. As the temperature is lowered, more and more structure develops until the droplet spontaneously crystallizes.

## How crystals form: A theory of nucleation pathways

A theory of nucleation that is able to predict nonclassical pathways and intermediates for crystallization is formulated.

## Antagonistic cooperativity between crystal growth modifiers

Impurities that individually impede crystal growth can paradoxically be less effective when combined.

## [001]  Structure and Stability of Hydrodynamic Modes for Shear Flow

James W. Dufty and James F. Lutsko, " Structure and Stability of Hydrodynamic Modes for Shear Flow", Kinam, 6, 169 (1985)

## [002] Mode-coupling contributions to the nonlinear shear viscosity

J. Lutsko and J. W. Dufty, "Mode-coupling contributions to the nonlinear shear viscosity", Phys. Rev. A, 3, 1229 (1985) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_1985_1.pdf

## [004] Non-linear Transport and Mode Coupling in Fluids Under Shear

James W. Dufty and James F. Lutsko, "Non-linear Transport and Mode Coupling in Fluids Under Shear", In J. Casas-Vazquez, editor, Recent Developments in Nonequilibrium Statistical, Springer-Verlag Berlin, 0, 0 (1986)

## [005] Possible Instability for Shear-Induced Order-Disorder Transition

J. F. Lutsko and J. W. Dufty, "Possible Instability for Shear-Induced Order-Disorder Transition", Phys. Rev. Lett., 57, 2775 (1986) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_1986_1.pdf

## [006] A molecular-dynamics study of grain-boundary behavior at elevated temperatures using an embedded atom potential

J. F. Lutsko and D. Wolf, "A molecular-dynamics study of grain-boundary behavior at elevated temperatures using an embedded atom potential", Scripta Metallurgica, 22, 1923 (1988) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/LW.pdf

## [007] Free energy calculation via MD - Methodology and application to bicrystals

J. F. Lutsko, D. Wolf, and S. Yip, "Free energy calculation via MD - Methodology and application to bicrystals", Journal de Physique, 49, 375 (1988)

## [008] Stress and elastic constants in anisotropic solids: Molecular dynamics techniques

James F. Lutsko, "Stress and elastic constants in anisotropic solids: Molecular dynamics techniques", J. App. Phys., 64, 1152 (1988)

## [009] Molecular dynamics calculation of free energy

J. F. Lutsko, D. Wolf, and S. Yip, "Molecular dynamics calculation of free energy", J. of Chemical Physics, 88, 3525 (1988)

## [010] Molecular-dynamics method for the simulation of bulk-solid interfaces at high temperatures

J. F. Lutsko, D. Wolf, S. Yip, S. R. Phillpot, and T. Nguyen, "Molecular-dynamics method for the simulation of bulk-solid interfaces at high temperatures", Phys. Rev. B, 38, 11572 (1988) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_1988_2.pdf

## [011] Structurally induced supermodulus effect in superlattices

D. Wolf and J. F. Lutsko, "Structurally induced supermodulus effect in superlattices", Phys. Rev. Lett., 60, 1170 (1988) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_1988_1.pdf

## [012] On the relevance of extrinsic defects to melting - a molecular-dynamics study using an embedded atom potential

J. F. Lutsko, D. Wold, S. R. Phillpot, and S. Yip, "On the relevance of extrinsic defects to melting - a molecular-dynamics study using an embedded atom potential", Scripta Metallurgica, 23, 333 (1989)

## [013] Nucleation and kinetics of thermodynamic melting - a molecular-dynamics study of grain-boundary induced melting in silicon

S. R. Phillpot, J. F. Lutsko, and D. Wolf, "Nucleation and kinetics of thermodynamic melting - a molecular-dynamics study of grain-boundary induced melting in silicon", Solid State Communications, 70, 265 (1989)

## [014] Structurally-induced elastic anomalies in a superlattice of (001) twist grain-boundaries

D. Wolf and J. F. Lutsko, "Structurally-induced elastic anomalies in a superlattice of (001) twist grain-boundaries", Journal of Materials Research, 4, 1427 (1989)

## [015] On the geometrical relationship between tilt and twist grain-boundaries

D. Wolf and J. F. Lutsko, "On the geometrical relationship between tilt and twist grain-boundaries", Zeitschrift fur Kristallographie, 189, 239 (1989)

## [016] Origin of the supermodulus effect in metallic superlattices

D. Wolf and J. F. Lutsko, "Origin of the supermodulus effect in metallic superlattices", J. App. Phys., 66, 1961 (1989)

## [017] Generalized expressions for the calculation of elastic constants by computer simulation

James F. Lutsko, "Generalized expressions for the calculation of elastic constants by computer simulation", J. App. Phys., 65, 2991 (1989)

## [018] Molecular-dynamics study of lattice-defect-nucleated melting in metals using an embedded-atom-method potential

J. F. Lutsko, D. Wolf, S. R. Phillpot, and S. Yip, "Molecular-dynamics study of lattice-defect-nucleated melting in metals using an embedded-atom-method potential", Phys. Rev. B, 40, 2841 (1989)

## [019] Molecular-dynamics study of lattice-defect-nucleated melting in silicon

S. R. Phillpot, J. F. Lutsko, D. Wolf, and S. Yip, "Molecular-dynamics study of lattice-defect-nucleated melting in silicon", Phys. Rev. B, 40, 2831 (1989)

## [021] Thermodynamic parallels between solid-state amorphization and melting

D. Wolf, P. R. Okamoto, S. Yip, J. F. Lutsko, and M. Kluge, "Thermodynamic parallels between solid-state amorphization and melting", Journal of Materials Research, 5, 286 (1990)

## [022] Anomalous elastic behavior in superlattices of twist grain boundaries in silicon

S. R. Phillpot, D. Wolf, and J. F. Lutsko, "Anomalous elastic behavior in superlattices of twist grain boundaries in silicon", J. App. Phys., 67, 6747 (1990)

## [023] Formalism for the calculation of local elastic constants at grain boundaries by means of atomistic simulation

M. D. Kluge, D. Wolf, J. F. Lutsko, and S. R. Phillpot., "Formalism for the calculation of local elastic constants at grain boundaries by means of atomistic simulation", J. App. Phys., 67, 2370 (1990)

## [024] Can the thermodynamic properties of a solid be mapped onto those of a liquid?

J. F. Lutsko and M. Baus, "Can the thermodynamic properties of a solid be mapped onto those of a liquid?", Phys. Rev. Lett., 64, 761 (1990) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_1990_2.pdf

## [025] Nonperturbative density-functional theories of classical nonuniform systems

J. F. Lutsko and M. Baus, "Nonperturbative density-functional theories of classical nonuniform systems", Phys. Rev. A, 41, 6647 (1990) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_1990_1.pdf

## [026] Lattice Gas Simulations of Viscous Fingering in a Porous Medium

J.F. Lutsko, J-P. Boon, and J.A. Somers, "Lattice Gas Simulations of Viscous Fingering in a Porous Medium", In Numerical methods for the Simulation of Multiphase and Complex Flows, Springer-Verlag, 0, 124 (1991) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Fractal_Analysis.pdf

## [028] Statistical mechanical theories of freezing: Where do we stand?

Marc Baus and James F. Lutsko, "Statistical mechanical theories of freezing: Where do we stand?", Physica A, 176, 28 (1991) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Baus_1991.pdf

## [029] Reformulation of nonperturbative density-functional theories of classical nonuniform systems

James F. Lutsko, "Reformulation of nonperturbative density-functional theories of classical nonuniform systems", Phys. Rev. A, 43, 4124 (1991) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_1991_1.pdf

## [030] On the multifractal properties of the energy dissipation derived from turbulence data

E. Aurell, U. Frisch, J. Lutsko, and M. Vergassola, "On the multifractal properties of the energy dissipation derived from turbulence data",  J. Fluid Mech, 238, 467 (1992)

## [031] Thermodynamic properties of the fluid, fcc, and bcc phases of monodisperse charge-stabilized colloidal suspensions within the Yukawa model

C. F. Tejero, J. F. Lutsko, J. L. Colot, and M. Baus, "Thermodynamic properties of the fluid, fcc, and bcc phases of monodisperse charge-stabilized colloidal suspensions within the Yukawa model", Phys. Rev. A, 46, 3373 (1992) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_1992_1.pdf

## [032] A case-based expert system for the design of control schemes in chemical plants

P. Van Sina, J. F. Lutsko, and W. De Clercq, "A case-based expert system for the design of control schemes in chemical plants", In r, ESCAPE-3, F. Moser et al., editors, Pergamon, 0, 0 (1993)

## [033] SA/GA: Survival of the fittest in Alaska

Kris Dockx and James F. Lutsko, "SA/GA: Survival of the fittest in Alaska",  In , Selecting Models from Data, P. Cheeseman and R.W.Oldford, editors, Springer-Verlag, 0, 0 (1994)

## [034] Simulated annealing and the determination of near-optimal decision trees

James F. Lutsko and Bart Kuijpers, "Simulated annealing and the determination of near-optimal decision trees",  In , Selecting Models from Data, P. Cheeseman and R.W.Oldford, editors, Springer-Verlag, 0, 0 (1994)

## [035] Long Wavelength Instability for Uniform Shear Flow

M. Lee, J. W. Dufty, J. M. Montanero, A. Santos, and J. F. Lutsko, "Long Wavelength Instability for Uniform Shear Flow", Phys. Rev. Lett., 76, 2702 (1996) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_1996_1.pdf

## [036] Molecular Chaos, Pair Correlations, and Shear-Induced Ordering of Hard Spheres

James F. Lutsko, "Molecular Chaos, Pair Correlations, and Shear-Induced Ordering of Hard Spheres", Phys. Rev. Lett., 77, 2225 (1996) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko96.pdf

## [039] Viscoelastic effects from the Enskog equation for uniform shear flow

James F. Lutsko, "Viscoelastic effects from the Enskog equation for uniform shear flow", Phys. Rev. E, 58, 434 (1998) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/LutskoEnskog.pdf

## [040] Globally optimal fuzzy decision trees for classification and regression

A. Suarez and J.F. Lutsko, "Globally optimal fuzzy decision trees for classification and regression", IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 21, 1280 (1999) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/SuarezLutsko.pdf

## [042] Model for the atomic-scale structure of the homogeneous cooling state of granular fluids

James F. Lutsko, "Model for the atomic-scale structure of the homogeneous cooling state of granular fluids", Phys. Rev. E, 63, 61211 (2001) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/LutskoHCS.pdf

## [043] Velocity Correlations and the Structure of Nonequilibrium Hard-Core Fluids

James F. Lutsko, "Velocity Correlations and the Structure of Nonequilibrium Hard-Core Fluids", Phys. Rev. Lett., 86, 3344 (2001) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko2001.pdf

## [050] Imploding shock wave in a fluid of hard-core particles

P. Gaspard and J. Lutsko, "Imploding shock wave in a fluid of hard-core particles", Phys. Rev. E, 70, 26306 (2004) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Gaspard.pdf

## [052] Kinetic theory and hydrodynamics of dense, reacting fluids far from equilibrium

James F. Lutsko, "Kinetic theory and hydrodynamics of dense, reacting fluids far from equilibrium", J. of Chemical Physics, 120, 6325 (2004) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/LutskoJCP.pdf

## [054] Statistical calculation of elastic moduli for atomistic models

K. Yoshimoto, G. J. Papakonstantopoulos, J. F. Lutsko, and J. J. de Pablo, "Statistical calculation of elastic moduli for atomistic models", Phys. Rev. B, 71, 184108 (2005) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRB_2005_1.pdf

## [055] The effect of the range of interaction on the phase diagram of a globular protein

James F. Lutsko and Gregoire Nicolis, "The effect of the range of interaction on the phase diagram of a globular protein", J. of Chemical Physics, 122, 244907 (2005) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/LutskoNicolis.pdf

## [056] Transport properties of dense dissipative hard-sphere fluids for arbitrary energy loss models

James F. Lutsko, "Transport properties of dense dissipative hard-sphere fluids for arbitrary energy loss models", Phys. Rev. E, 72, 21306 (2005) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRE_2005_2.pdf

## [057] Ginzburg-Landau theory of the liquid-solid interface and nucleation for hard spheres

James F. Lutsko, "Ginzburg-Landau theory of the liquid-solid interface and nucleation for hard spheres", Phys. Rev. E, 74, 21603 (2006) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRE_2006_3.pdf

## [058] Properties of non-fcc hard-sphere solids predicted by density functional theory

James F. Lutsko, "Properties of non-fcc hard-sphere solids predicted by density functional theory", Phys. Rev. E, 74, 21121 (2006) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRE_2006_2.pdf

## [059] Hydrodynamics of an endothermic gas with application to bubble cavitation

James F. Lutsko, "Hydrodynamics of an endothermic gas with application to bubble cavitation", J. of Chemical Physics, 125, 164319 (2006) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JCP_2006.pdf

## [060]  First principles derivation of Ginzburg–Landau free energy models for crystalline systems

James F. Lutsko, " First principles derivation of Ginzburg–Landau free energy models for crystalline systems", Physica A, 366, 229 (2006) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_Physica_2006_1.pdf

## [062] Theoretical Evidence for a Dense Fluid Precursor to Crystallization

James F. Lutsko and Grégoire Nicolis, "Theoretical Evidence for a Dense Fluid Precursor to Crystallization", Phys. Rev. Lett., 96, 46102 (2006) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRL_2006_1.pdf

## [063] Chapman-Enskog expansion about nonequilibrium states with application to the sheared granular fluid

James F. Lutsko, "Chapman-Enskog expansion about nonequilibrium states with application to the sheared granular fluid", Phys. Rev. E, 73, 21302 (2006) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRE_2006_1.pdf

## [066] Density functional theory of inhomogeneous liquids. I. The liquid-vapor interface in Lennard-Jones fluids

James F. Lutsko, "Density functional theory of inhomogeneous liquids. I. The liquid-vapor interface in Lennard-Jones fluids", J. of Chemical Physics, 127, 54701 (2007) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JCP_2007.pdf

## [067] Theoretical description of the nucleation of vapor bubbles in a superheated fluid

James F. Lutsko, "Theoretical description of the nucleation of vapor bubbles in a superheated fluid", EuroPhys. Lett., 83, 46007 (2008) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_EPL_2008_1.pdf

## [068]  Density functional theory of inhomogeneous liquids. II. A fundamental measure approach

James F. Lutsko, " Density functional theory of inhomogeneous liquids. II. A fundamental measure approach", J. of Chemical Physics, 128, 184711 (2008) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JCP_2008_1.pdf

## [069] Density functional theory of inhomogeneous liquids. III. Liquid-vapor nucleation

James F. Lutsko, "Density functional theory of inhomogeneous liquids. III. Liquid-vapor nucleation", J. of Chemical Physics, 129, 244501 (2008) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JCP_2008_3.pdf

## [071] Microscopic and macroscopic stress with gravitational and rotational forces

Wm. G. Hoover, Carol G. Hoover, and James F. Lutsko, "Microscopic and macroscopic stress with gravitational and rotational forces", Phys. Rev. E, 79, 36709 (2009) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/PhysRevE.79.036709.pdf

## [074] Dependence of the liquid-vapor surface tension on the range of interaction: A test of the law of corresponding states

Patrick Grosfils and James F. Lutsko, "Dependence of the liquid-vapor surface tension on the range of interaction: A test of the law of corresponding states", J. of Chemical Physics, 130, 54703 (2009) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JCP_2009_1.pdf

## [075] Kinetics of intermediate-mediated self-assembly in nanosized materials: A generic model

James F. Lutsko, Vasileios Basios, Grégoire Nicolis, Tom P. Caremans, Alexander Aerts, Johan A. Martens, Christine E. A. Kirschhock, and Titus S. van Erp, "Kinetics of intermediate-mediated self-assembly in nanosized materials: A generic model", J. of Chemical Physics, 132, 164701 (2010) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_2010_JCP_2.pdf

## [077] Kinetic rougheninglike transition with finite nucleation barrier

James F. Lutsko, Vasileios Basios, Gregoire Nicolis, John J. Kozak, Mike Sleutel, and Dominique Maes, "Kinetic rougheninglike transition with finite nucleation barrier", J. of Chemical Physics, 132, 35102 (2010) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_2010_JCP_1.pdf

## [078] Low-Density/High-Density Liquid Phase Transition for Model Globular Proteins

Patrick Grosfils and James F. Lutsko, "Low-Density/High-Density Liquid Phase Transition for Model Globular Proteins", Langmuir, 26, 8510 (2010) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_2010_Langmuir.pdf

## [079] Phase behavior of a confined nanodroplet in the grand-canonical ensemble: the reverse liquid–vapor transition

James F Lutsko, Julien Laidet, and Patrick Grosfils, "Phase behavior of a confined nanodroplet in the grand-canonical ensemble: the reverse liquid–vapor transition", J. Phys.: Cond. Matt., 22, 65101 (2010) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_Laidet_Grosfils_JCondMatt_2009.pdf

## [081] Questioning the validity of non-extensive thermodynamics for classical Hamiltonian systems.

James F. Lutsko and Jean Pierre Boon, "Questioning the validity of non-extensive thermodynamics for classical Hamiltonian systems.", EuroPhys. Lett., 95, 20006 (2011) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_2011_EPL_95_20006.pdf

## [082] Density functional theory of inhomogeneous liquids. IV. Squared-gradient approximation and classical nucleation theory

James F. Lutsko, "Density functional theory of inhomogeneous liquids. IV. Squared-gradient approximation and classical nucleation theory", J. of Chemical Physics, 134, 164501 (2011) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JCP_2011_1.pdf

## [083] A dynamical theory of homogeneous nucleation for colloids and macromolecules

James F. Lutsko, "A dynamical theory of homogeneous nucleation for colloids and macromolecules", J. of Chemical Physics, 135, 161101 (2011) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JCP_2011_2.pdf

## [084] A dynamical theory of nucleation for colloids and macromolecules

James F. Lutsko, "A dynamical theory of nucleation for colloids and macromolecules", J. of Chemical Physics, 136, 34509 (2012) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JCP_2012_1.pdf

## [085] On the role of metastable intermediate states in the homogeneous nucleation of solids from solution

James F. Lutsko, "On the role of metastable intermediate states in the homogeneous nucleation of solids from solution", Adv. Chem. Phys., 151, 137 (2012) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_AdvChemPhys_2011.pdf

## [087] Nucleation of colloids and macromolecules: Does the nucleation pathway matter?

James F. Lutsko, "Nucleation of colloids and macromolecules: Does the nucleation pathway matter?", J. of Chemical Physics, 136, 134402 (2012) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JCP_2012_2.pdf

## [088] Microscopic approach to nonlinear reaction-diffusion: The case of morphogen gradient formation

Jean Pierre Boon, James F. Lutsko, and Christopher Lutsko, "Microscopic approach to nonlinear reaction-diffusion: The case of morphogen gradient formation", Phys. Rev. E, 85, 21126 (2012) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Boon_Lutsko__Lutsko_PRE_2012.pdf

## [089] Microscopic theory of anomalous diffusion based on particle interactions

James F. Lutsko and Jean Pierre Boon, "Microscopic theory of anomalous diffusion based on particle interactions", Phys. Rev. E, 88, 22108 (2013) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRE_2013_1.pdf

## [090] Direct correlation function from the consistent fundamental-measure free energies for hard-sphere mixtures

James F. Lutsko, "Direct correlation function from the consistent fundamental-measure free energies for hard-sphere mixtures", Phys. Rev. E, 87, 14103 (2013) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRE_2013_2.pdf

## [091] Classical nucleation theory from a dynamical approach to nucleation

James F. Lutsko and Miguel A. Durán-Olivencia, "Classical nucleation theory from a dynamical approach to nucleation", J. of Chemical Physics, 138, 244908 (2013) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JCP_2013_1.pdf

## [092] Comment on “Possible divergences in Tsallis’ thermostatistics” by Plastino A. and Rocca M. C

James F. Lutsko and Jean Pierre Boon, "Comment on “Possible divergences in Tsallis’ thermostatistics” by Plastino A. and Rocca M. C", EuroPhys. Lett., 107, 10003 (2014) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_EPL_2014.pdf

## [093] Observing classical nucleation theory at work by monitoring phase transitions with molecular precision

Mike Sleutel, Jim Lutsko, Alexander E. S. Van Driessche, Miguel A. Durán-Olivencia, and Dominique Maes., "Observing classical nucleation theory at work by monitoring phase transitions with molecular precision", Nature Comm., 5, 5598 (2014) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/ncomms6598.pdf

## [094] Crystal Growth Cessation Revisited – the physical basis of step pinning

James F. Lutsko, Nélido González-Segredo, Miguel A. Durán-Olivencia, Dominique Maes, Alexander E.S. Van Driessche, and Mike Sleutel, "Crystal Growth Cessation Revisited -- the physical basis of step pinning", Crystal Growth and Design, 14, 6129 (2014) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_CGD_2014.pdf

## [095] Molecular theory of anomalous diffusion - Application to Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy

Jean Pierre Boon and James F. Lutsko, "Molecular theory of anomalous diffusion - Application to Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy", J. Stat. Phys., 160, 622 (2015) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JSP_2015.pdf

## [096] Unification of classical nucleation theories via unified Itô-Stratonovich stochastic equation

Miguel A. Durán-Olivencia and James F. Lutsko, "Unification of classical nucleation theories via unified Itô-Stratonovich stochastic equation", Phys. Rev. E, 92, 32407 (2015) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRE_2015_2.pdf

## [097] Mesoscopic impurities expose a nucleation-limited regime of crystal growth

Mike Sleutel, James F. Lutsko, Dominique Maes, and Alexander E. S. Van Driessche, "Mesoscopic impurities expose a nucleation-limited regime of crystal growth", Phys. Rev. Lett., 114, 245501 (2015) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRL_2015_1.pdf

## [098] Mesoscopic nucleation theory for confined systems: A one-parameter model.

Miguel A. Durán-Olivencia and James F. Lutsko, "Mesoscopic nucleation theory for confined systems: A one-parameter model.", Phys. Rev. E, 91, 22402 (2015) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRE_2015.pdf

## [099] A Two-parameter Extension of Classical Nucleation Theory

James F. Lutsko and Miguel A. Durán-Olivencia, "A Two-parameter Extension of Classical Nucleation Theory", J. Phys. Cond. Matt., 27, 235101 (2015) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JPCM_2015_1.pdf

## [100] Mechanism for the stabilization of protein clusters above the solubility curve

James F. Lutsko and Grégoire Nicolis, "Mechanism for the stabilization of protein clusters above the solubility curve", Soft Matter, 12, 93 (2016) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_SoftMatter_2016.pdf

## [101] Mechanism for the stabilization of protein clusters above the solubility curve: The role of non-ideal chemical reactions

James F. Lutsko , "Mechanism for the stabilization of protein clusters above the solubility curve: The role of non-ideal chemical reactions", J. Phys. Cond. Matt., 28, 244020 (2016) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_JPCM_2015_1.pdf

## [102] Step Crowding Effects Dampen the Stochasticity of Crystal Growth Kinetics

James F. Lutsko, Alexander E. S. Van Driessche, Miguel A. Durán-Olivencia, Dominique Maes, and Mike Sleutel, "Step Crowding Effects Dampen the Stochasticity of Crystal Growth Kinetics", Phys. Rev. Lett., 116, 15501 (2016) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRL_2016.pdf

## [103] Solute particle near a nanopore: influence of size and surface properties on the solvent-mediated forces

Julien Lam and James F. Lutsko, "Solute particle near a nanopore: influence of size and surface properties on the solvent-mediated forces", Nanoscale, 9, 17099 (2017) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lam_Lutsko_Nanoscale_2017.pdf

## [104] Temporal diffusion: From microscopic dynamics to generalised Fokker-Planck and fractional equations

Jean Pierre Boon and James F. Lutsko, "Temporal diffusion: From microscopic dynamics to generalised Fokker-Planck and fractional equations", J. Statistical Physics, 166, 1441 (2017) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Boon_Lutsko_2017.pdf

## [105] Solvent-mediated interactions between nanostructures: From water to Lennard-Jones liquid

Julien Lam and James F. Lutsko, "Solvent-mediated interactions between nanostructures: From water to Lennard-Jones liquid", J. of Chemical Physics, 149, 134703 (2018) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_2018_6.pdf

## [107] Classical density functional theory, unconstrained crystallization, and polymorphic behavior

James F. Lutsko and Julien Lam, "Classical density functional theory, unconstrained crystallization, and polymorphic behavior", Phys. Rev. E, 98, 12604 (2018) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_PRE_2018.pdf

## [108] General framework for nonclassical nucleation

Miguel A. Duran-Olivencia, Peter Yatsyshin, Serafim Kalliadasis, and Jim Lutsko, "General framework for nonclassical nucleation", New Journal of Physics, 20, 83019 (2018) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_2018_3.pdf

## [109] Lattice induced crystallization of nanodroplets: the role of finite-size effects and substrate properties in controlling polymorphism

Julien Lam and James F. Lutsko, "Lattice induced crystallization of nanodroplets: the role of finite-size effects and substrate properties in controlling polymorphism", Nanoscale, 10, 4921 (2018) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lam_Lutsko_Nanoscale_2018.pdf

## [110] Mineral Growth beyond the Limits of Impurity Poisoning

Mike Sleutel, James Lutsko, and Alexander E. S. Van Driessche, "Mineral Growth beyond the Limits of Impurity Poisoning", Crystal Growth and Design, 18, 171 (2018) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_CGD_2017.pdf

## [112] Antagonistic cooperativity between crystal growth modifiers

Wenchuan Ma, James F. Lutsko, Jeffrey D. Rimer & Peter G. Vekilov, "Antagonistic cooperativity between crystal growth modifiers", Nature, 577, 497 (2020) https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-019-1918-4

## [113] The influence of shear on protein crystallization under constant shear conditions.

Sander Stroobants, Manly Callewaert, Marzena Krzek, Sudha Chinnu, Pierre Gelin, Iwona Ziemecka, James F. Lutsko, Wim De Malsche and Dominique Maes, "The influence of shear on protein crystallization under constant shear conditions", Crystal Growth and Design, doi: 10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01584, (2020) https://https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01584

## [114] Molecular viewpoint on the crystal growth dynamics driven by solution flow

Dominique Maes and James F. Lutsko, "Molecular viewpoint on the crystal growth dynamics driven by solution flow", Crystal Growth and Design, doi:10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01434, (2020) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_2020_3.pdf

## [115] Long-wavelength density fluctuations as nucleation precursors

James F. Lutsko and Julien Lam, "Long-wavelength density fluctuations as nucleation precursors", Phys. Rev. E, doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.101.052122, (2020) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_Lam_2020.pdf

## [116] Classical density-functional theory applied to the solid state

James F. Lutsko and Cédric Schoonen "Classical density-functional theory applied to the solid state", Phys. Rev. E, doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.102.062136, (2020) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/PhysRevE.102.062136.pdf

## [117] Explicitly stable fundamental-measure-theory models for classical density functional theory

James F. Lutsko "Explicitly stable fundamental-measure-theory models for classical density functional theory", Phys. Rev. E, doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.102.062137, (2020) http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/PhysRevE.102.062137.pdf

## [120] Classical density functional theory in the canonical ensemble

James F. Lutsko "Classical density functional theory in the canonical ensemble", Phys. Rev. E, 105, 034120 (2022); doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.105.034120 http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/Lutsko_2022_PRE_1_.pdf

## [121] The Effect of Controlled Mixing on ROY Polymorphism

Margot Van Nerom, Pierre Gelin, Mehrnaz Hashemiesfahan, Wim De Malsche, James F. Lutsko,Dominique Maes, and Quentin Galand "The Effect of Controlled Mixing on ROY Polymorphism", Crystals, 12, 577 (2022); doi:10.3390/cryst12050577 http://jimlutsko.github.io/files/crystals-12-00577-v2.pdf

## PHYSF475 Nanophysique

Masters II, Physics, ULB, ULB, Campus Plaine, Bat. NO, 2023

## 2022-2023

Practique: 10-12h Vendredi Forum I 2066
Theory: 12-14h Vendredi Forum I 2058