In this lecture we review key results concerning flow in nanopores and membrane response to nanomaterials from theory, simulation and experiment. See for example:
S. Supple and N. Quirke, Rapid imbibition of fluids in carbon nanotubes, Physical Review Letters 90, 214501 (2003).
V. P. Sokhan, D Nicholson and N. Quirke, Transport properties of nitrogen in single walled carbon nanotubes J Chem Phys, 120, 3855 (2004).
S. Supple and N. Quirke, Nanocapillarity: II: Density profile and molecular structure for decane in carbon nanotubes, J Chem Phys 122, 104706 (2005)
M. Longhurst and N. Quirke, Environmental effects on the radial breathing modes of carbon nanotubes in water, J Chem Phys 124, 234708 (2006)
M. Longhurst and N. Quirke, Pressure dependence of the radial breathing mode of carbon nanotubes: The effect of fluid adsorption, Physical Review Letters 98, 145503 (2007)
M. Whitby and N Quirke, Fluid flow in carbon nanotubes and nanopipes, Nature Nanotechnology 2, 87 (2007)