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Record #119447:

Proton transfer in hydrogen-bonded systems / Tassos Bountis, ed.

Title: Proton transfer in hydrogen-bonded systems / Tassos Bountis, ed.
Author(s): Bountis, Tassos,
Nagle, John F.
Scheiner, Steve.
Sokolov, N. D.
Peyrard, M.
Kryachko, Eugene S.
Chochliouros, I.
Glen, John W.
Devlin, J. Paul.
Yanovitskiy, O.
Date: 1992.
Publisher: New York: Plenum Press
Abstract: Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop held 21-25 May 1991, in Crete, Greece. Charge transport through transfer of protons through hydrogen bonds has been identified as main mechanism by which many biological functions are performed and many properties of such basic substances as proteins and ice can be understood. Volume contains sections describing recent research on proton transfer in water and ice, as well as its role in biochemistry and biology.
Keywords: 551.32 -- Glaciology.
551.322 -- Ice and snow.
537.311 -- Ice, electrical conductivity.
061.3 -- Conferences: 1991 Proton transfer in hydrogen-bonded systems, NATO Advanced Research Workshop.
E4 -- Glaciology: physics and chemistry of ice.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: 551.322 : 537.311
ISBN: 0306442167
SPRI record no.: 119447

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520 3# ‡aProceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop held 21-25 May 1991, in Crete, Greece. Charge transport through transfer of protons through hydrogen bonds has been identified as main mechanism by which many biological functions are performed and many properties of such basic substances as proteins and ice can be understood. Volume contains sections describing recent research on proton transfer in water and ice, as well as its role in biochemistry and biology.
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700 1# ‡aBountis, Tassos,‡eeditor.
700 12 ‡aNagle, John F.‡tProton transport in condensed matter.
700 12 ‡aScheiner, Steve.‡tExtraction of the principles of proton transfers by ab initio methods.
700 12 ‡aSokolov, N. D.‡tConstruction of the model strong hydrogen bond potential energy surface and proton transfer dynamics.
700 12 ‡aPeyrard, M.‡tThermal generation and mobility of charge carriers in collective proton transport in hydrogen-bonded chains.
700 12 ‡aKryachko, Eugene S.‡tThe concept of soliton-carrier collective variable for proton transfer in extended hydrogen-bonded systems: overview.
700 12 ‡aChochliouros, I.‡tDynamics of nonlinear coherent structures in a hydrogen-bonded chain model: the role of the dipole--dipole interactions.
700 12 ‡aGlen, John W.‡tStudies of the nature of the ordering transformation in ice Ih.
700 12 ‡aDevlin, J. Paul.‡tDefect activity in icy solids from isotopic exchange rates: implications for conductance and phase transitions.
700 12 ‡aYanovitskiy, O.‡tTwo sublattice model of hydrogen bonding at finite temperatures.
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