Sensitivity of polarization fluctuations to the nature of protein-water interactions: study of biological water in four different protein-water systems.

Abstract

Since the time of Kirkwood, observed deviations in magnitude of the dielectric constant of aqueous protein solution from that of neat water (∼80) and slower decay of polarization have been subjects of enormous interest, controversy, and debate. Most of the common proteins have large permanent dipole moments (often more than 100 D) that can influence… (More)
DOI: 10.1063/1.4902821

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