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The response of concentrated dispersions of charged colloids to low-frequency electric fields is governed by field-induced inter-colloidal interactions resulting from the polarization of electric double layers and the layer of condensed ions, as well as hydrodynamic interactions through field-induced electro-osmotic flow. The phases and states that can be formed by such field-induced interactions is an essentially unexplored field of research. Experiments on concentrated suspensions of rod-likedoi:10.1039/c3sm52277f pmid:24652225 fatcat:zufrh5rdwvaozgsjwxwb4g7pvm