Mode Switching and Collective Behavior in Chemical Oil Droplets
AbstractWe have characterized several dynamic aspects of a simple chemical system capable of self-movement: An oil droplet in water system. We focused on spontaneous mode switching and collective behavior of droplets as emergent properties of the system. Droplets demonstrated spontaneous mode switching by changing speed, direction and acceleration over time, and collective behaviors of droplets resulted from such autonomous characteristics. In this paper, we quantitatively measured those characteristics to show that droplets did not act completely independently in the same system, but tend to be attracted to one another and interact with each other by adjusting their motion. View Full-Text
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Horibe, N.; Hanczyc, M.M.; Ikegami, T. Mode Switching and Collective Behavior in Chemical Oil Droplets. Entropy 2011, 13, 709-719.
Horibe N, Hanczyc MM, Ikegami T. Mode Switching and Collective Behavior in Chemical Oil Droplets. Entropy. 2011; 13(3):709-719.Chicago/Turabian Style
Horibe, Naoto; Hanczyc, Martin M.; Ikegami, Takashi. 2011. "Mode Switching and Collective Behavior in Chemical Oil Droplets." Entropy 13, no. 3: 709-719.