Alexander Schlaich
Alexander Schlaich
Junior research group leader, SimTech, University of Stuttgart
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Water dielectric effects in planar confinement
A Schlaich, EW Knapp, RR Netz
Physical review letters 117 (4), 048001, 2016
Water at charged interfaces
G Gonella, EHG Backus, Y Nagata, DJ Bonthuis, P Loche, A Schlaich, ...
Nature Reviews Chemistry 5 (7), 466-485, 2021
Water-mediated interactions between hydrophilic and hydrophobic surfaces
M Kanduč, A Schlaich, E Schneck, RR Netz
Langmuir 32 (35), 8767-8782, 2016
Tight cohesion between glycolipid membranes results from balanced water–headgroup interactions
M Kanduč, A Schlaich, AH de Vries, J Jouhet, E Maréchal, B Demé, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 14899, 2017
Hydration friction in nanoconfinement: From bulk via interfacial to dry friction
A Schlaich, J Kappler, RR Netz
Nano letters 17 (10), 5969-5976, 2017
Universal and nonuniversal aspects of electrostatics in aqueous nanoconfinement
P Loche, C Ayaz, A Wolde-Kidan, A Schlaich, RR Netz
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 124 (21), 4365-4371, 2020
Hydration repulsion between membranes and polar surfaces: Simulation approaches versus continuum theories
M Kanduč, A Schlaich, E Schneck, RR Netz
Advances in colloid and interface science 208, 142-152, 2014
Simulations of nanoseparated charged surfaces reveal charge-induced water reorientation and nonadditivity of hydration and mean-field electrostatic repulsion
A Schlaich, AP Dos Santos, RR Netz
Langmuir 35 (2), 551-560, 2018
Breakdown of linear dielectric theory for the interaction between hydrated ions and graphene
P Loche, C Ayaz, A Schlaich, DJ Bonthuis, RR Netz
The journal of physical chemistry letters 9 (22), 6463-6468, 2018
Memory-kernel extraction for different molecular solutes in solvents of varying viscosity in confinement
B Kowalik, JO Daldrop, J Kappler, JCF Schulz, A Schlaich, RR Netz
Physical Review E 100 (1), 012126, 2019
Effects of urea and TMAO on lipid self-assembly under osmotic stress conditions
QD Pham, A Wolde-Kidan, A Gupta, A Schlaich, E Schneck, RR Netz, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 122 (25), 6471-6482, 2018
Giant axial dielectric response in water-filled nanotubes and effective electrostatic ion–ion interactions from a tensorial dielectric model
P Loche, C Ayaz, A Schlaich, Y Uematsu, RR Netz
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 123 (50), 10850-10857, 2019
Electronic screening using a virtual Thomas–Fermi fluid for predicting wetting and phase transitions of ionic liquids at metal surfaces
A Schlaich, D Jin, L Bocquet, B Coasne
Nature materials 21 (2), 237-245, 2022
Hydration repulsion difference between ordered and disordered membranes due to cancellation of membrane–membrane and water-mediated interactions
B Kowalik, A Schlaich, M Kanduc, E Schneck, RR Netz
The journal of physical chemistry letters 8 (13), 2869-2874, 2017
Comment on “Hydrophobic surface enhances electrostatic interaction in water”
P Loche, A Wolde-Kidan, A Schlaich, DJ Bonthuis, RR Netz
Physical review letters 123 (4), 049601, 2019
Physical mechanisms of the interaction between lipid membranes in the aqueous environment
A Schlaich, B Kowalik, M Kanduč, E Schneck, RR Netz
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 418, 105-125, 2015
Influence of polar co-solutes and salt on the hydration of lipid membranes
A Wolde-Kidan, QD Pham, A Schlaich, P Loche, E Sparr, RR Netz, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 21 (31), 16989-17000, 2019
Molecular interpretation of the non-Newtonian viscoelastic behavior of liquid water at high frequencies
JCF Schulz, A Schlaich, M Heyden, RR Netz, J Kappler
Physical Review Fluids 5 (10), 103301, 2020
Dispersion truncation affects the phase behavior of bulk and confined fluids: Coexistence, adsorption, and criticality
A Schlaich, B Coasne
The Journal of Chemical Physics 150 (15), 2019
A screening of results on the decay length in concentrated electrolytes
H Jäger, A Schlaich, J Yang, C Lian, S Kondrat, C Holm
Faraday Discussions 246, 520-539, 2023
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