Buckling-Induced Reversible Symmetry Breaking and Amplification of Chirality Using Supported Cellular Structures
Kang, Sung Hoon
Noorduin, Wim L.
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CitationKang, Sung Hoon, Sicong Shan, Wim L. Noorduin, Mughees Khan, Joanna Aizenberg, and Katia Bertoldi. 2013. “Buckling-Induced Reversible Symmetry Breaking and Amplification of Chirality Using Supported Cellular Structures.” Advanced Materials 25 (24) (May 2): 3380–3385. doi:10.1002/adma.201300617.
AbstractBuckling‐induced reversible symmetry breaking and amplification of chirality using macro‐ and microscale supported cellular structures is described. Guided by extensive theoretical analysis, cellular structures are rationally designed, in which buckling induces a reversible switching between achiral and chiral configurations. Additionally, it is demonstrated that the proposed mechanism can be generalized over a wide range of length scales, geometries, materials, and stimuli.
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