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|Statement||edited by G. Spach ... (et al.).|
|Series||Studies in physical and theoretical chemistry -- 24|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||656|
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Get this from a library. Physical chemistry of transmembrane ion motions: proceedings of the 36th International Meeting of the Société de chimie physique, Paris, 27 September-1 October [G Spach; Société de chimie physique. International Meeting]. This document is part of Subvolume A `Binary Liquid Systems of Nonelectrolytes' of Volume 23 `Volumetric Properties of Mixtures and Solutions' of Landolt-Börnstein Group IV `Physical Chemistry'.
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Physical Chemistry of Transmembrane Ion Motions G. Spach — Science Proceedings of the 36th International Meeting of the Société de Physical chemistry of transmembrane ion motions book Physique, París, 27 September-1 October We have successfully applied the transition path sampling method to the deterministic dynamics of a many-body system with long-ranged interactions.
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In this paper, the selective trans-membrane transport properties of alkali and alkaline earth cations through a membrane composed of stacked and overlapped G–O sheets (“G–O membrane Cited by: Current fluctuations in pure lipid membranes have been shown to occur under the influence of transmembrane electric fields (electroporation) as well as a result from structural rearrangements of the lipid bilayer during phase transition (soft perforation).
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Abstract. Extraction and transport of a non-ionic substrate S can be facilitated through a charged membrane when a counter-ion T z is a moving carrier for S.
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Hong is a Fellow of the International Society of. Dear Colleagues, The scope of this Special Issue involves a large number of topics in the field of membrane science. We welcome papers reporting: Experimental studies and mathematical modeling providing new knowledge on the mechanisms of ion and molecule transport in artificial and living systems; The description of ion and molecule transport through all kinds of membranes, biological and.
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