# Finite-size effects do not reduce the repeat spacing of phospholipid multibilayer stacks on a rigid substrate

Download Get@NRC: Finite-size effects do not reduce the repeat spacing of phospholipid multibilayer stacks on a rigid substrate (Opens in a new window) Resolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.1140/epje/i2004-10003-7 Search for: Harroun, T.; Search for: Koslowsky, M.; Search for: Nieh, M-P; Search for: Raghunathan, V.; Search for: Katsaras, John Article The European Physical Journal E - Soft Matter 13 4 359–362; # of pages: 4 Finite-size effects in stacks of phospholipid bilayers, in the fluid $L_\alpha$ phase, are investigated using samples oriented on silicon substrates. Recently in this journal, such effects have been suggested as the probable cause of reduced lamellar repeat spacings in very thin samples made up of a few (larger spacing. 2004-04-01 National Research Council Canada; NRC Canadian Neutron Beam Centre No 12328612 Export as RIS Report a correction 7874bcaa-9639-4cb6-a127-f0ebe0deab5c 2009-09-10 2016-05-09