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Proton transfer in hydrogen bonded systems (NATO ASI series B, physics vol.291), Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1992 Nato Science Series B: Series, Vol. 291

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateur : Bountis T.

Couverture de l’ouvrage Proton transfer in hydrogen bonded systems (NATO ASI series B, physics vol.291)
Charge transport through the transfer of protons between molecules has long been recognized as a fundamental process, which plays an important role in many chemical reactions. In particular, proton transfer through Hydrogen (H-) bonds has been identified as the main mechanism, via which many bio­ logical functions are performed and many properties of such basic substances as proteins and ice can be understood. In this volume, several of these important aspects of the H-bond are rep­ resented. As the division in different sections already indicates, present day research in proton teansfer in biochemistry, biology, and the physics of water and ice remains highly active and very exciting. Nearly a decade ago, a novel approach to the study of collective proton motion in H-bonded systems was proposed, in which this phenomenon was explained by the propagation of certain coherent structures called solitons. In the years that followed, the approach ofsoliton dynamics was further extended and developed by many researchers around the world, into a legitimate and useful method for the analysis of proton transfer in H-bonded systems. Dr. Stephanos Pnevmatikos, the original Director of this ARW, was one of the pioneers in the application ofsoliton ideas to the study ofcharge transport through H-bonds. Having used similar concepts himself in his research on 2D lattices) he was convinced energy transfer through molecular chains (and that solitons can play an important role in enhancing our understanding of protonic conductivity.
Introduction: From Fluid Particles to Physical Particles, M. Mareschal, B.L. Holian. Non-Equilibrium Molecular Dynamics: Theoretical Foundation and Rheological Application of NonEquilibrium Molecular Dynamics, G. Ciccotti, et al. Lattice Gases: Lattice Boltzmann Simulation of High Reynolds Number Fluid Flow in Two Dimensions, G. McNamara, B.J. Alder. Other Simulation Methods: A Contemporary Implementation of the Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Method, G.A. Bird. Chaos, Turbulence, and Irreversibility: Lyapunov Exponents and Bulk Transport Coefficients, D. Evans, et al. Related Topics: Statistical Fracture Mechanics, A. Chudnovsky, B. Kunin. Recollections: The Long Time Tail Story, B.J. Adler. 22 additional articles. Index.

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