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Interaction confinement and electronic screening in two-dimensional nanofluidic channels
Journal of Chemical Physics
The transport of fluids at the nanoscale is fundamental to manifold biological and industrial processes, ranging from neurotransmission to ultrafiltration. Yet, it is only recently that well-controlled channels with cross- sections as small as a few molecular diameters became an experimental reality. When aqueous electrolytes are confined within such channels, the Coulomb interactions between the dissolved ions are reinforced due to dielectric contrast at the channel walls: we dub this effectdoi:10.1063/5.0102002 pmid:36137776 fatcat:vyjbry5kbvcshgqrgc6vgxhjta