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- Lars Petter Endresen, Kevin Hall, Johan S. Høye, Jan Myrheim
- European Biophysics Journal
- 2000

We give an explicit formula for the membrane potential of cells in terms of the intracellular and extracellular ionic concentrations, and derive equations for the ionic currents that flow through… (More)

- Audun Bakk, Johan S. Høye, Alex Hansen, Kim Sneppen, Mogens H. Jensen
- Biophysical journal
- 2000

Thermodynamic measurements of proteins indicate that the folding to the native state takes place either through stable intermediates or through a two-state process without intermediates. The rather… (More)

- Johan S. Høye, Iver Brevik, Jan B Aarseth, Kimball A. Milton
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2003

The finite-temperature Casimir free energy, entropy, and internal energy are considered anew for a conventional parallel-plate configuration, in the light of current discussions in the literature. In… (More)

- Audun Bakk, Johan S. Høye, Alex Hansen, Kim Sneppen
- Journal of theoretical biology
- 2001

We refine a protein model that reproduces fundamental aspects of protein thermodynamics. The model exhibits two transitions, hot and cold unfolding. The number of relevant parameters is reduced to… (More)

The Casimir free energy for a system of two dielectric concentric nonmagnetic spherical bodies is calculated with use of a quantum statistical mechanical method, at arbitrary temperature. By means of… (More)

- Johan S. Høye, Iver Brevik
- Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an…
- 2015

This paper extends our recent study on Casimir friction forces for dielectric plates moving parallel to each other (Høye and Brevik 2014 Eur. Phys. J. D 68 61), to a case where the plates are no… (More)

- Johan S. Høye, Iver Brevik
- Entropy
- 2013

The present paper—a continuation of our recent series of papers on Casimir friction for a pair of particles at low relative particle velocity—extends the analysis, so as to include dense media. The… (More)

- Johan S. Høye, Iver Brevik
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2009

The statistical mechanical approach to Casimir problems for dielectrics separated by a vacuum gap turns out to be compact and effective. A central ingredient of this method is the effect of… (More)

In view of the current discussion on the subject, an effort is made to show very accurately both analytically and numerically how the Drude dispersion model, assuming the relaxation is nonzero at… (More)

- Johan S. Høye, Iver Brevik
- 1999

The Casimir energy for a compact dielectric sphere is considered in a novel way, using the quantum statistical method introduced by Høye-Stell and others. Dilute media are assumed. It turns out that… (More)