IMPLICATIONS OF MICROBIAL HEAVY METAL TOLERANCE IN THE ENVIRONMENT

@inproceedings{Patel2003IMPLICATIONSOM,
  title={IMPLICATIONS OF MICROBIAL HEAVY METAL TOLERANCE IN THE ENVIRONMENT},
  author={Akash Patel and Bahram Razani and Peter Lee and J M Moran Canseco and Elizabeth DuPre and Sriram Venkata Eleswarapu and Victoria Gomez and Deana S Shenaq and A. Tsou and Timmie Wang and Emily Wheeler and Jeffrey T. White and Daniel Lenhoff and Andrew Patterson and Megan P. Tierney and Jay H Raol and Josef Koller and E. A. Prodan},
  year={2003}
}
Molecular dynamics (MD) is a widely used tool in condensed matter physics, as well as other disciplines ranging from chemistry to high-energy physics. In MD, one integrates the equations of motion – Newton’s second law for classical particles – directly, invoking no approximations. To do so requires an interaction potential energy or forces between atoms. I will discuss both integration schemes and potential types. MD potentially bridges two length scales – macroscopic and atomistic – and also… CONTINUE READING

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