The electrostatic origins of specific ion effects: quantifying the Hofmeister series for anions

@article{Gregory2021TheEO,
  title={The electrostatic origins of specific ion effects: quantifying the Hofmeister series for anions},
  author={Kasimir P. Gregory and Erica J. Wanless and Grant B. Webber and Vincent Stuart James Craig and Alister J. Page},
  journal={Chemical Science},
  year={2021},
  volume={12},
  pages={15007 - 15015}
}
Life as we know it is dependent upon water, or more specifically salty water. Without dissolved ions, the interactions between biological molecules are insufficiently complex to support life. This complexity is intimately tied to the variation in properties induced by the presence of different ions. These specific ion effects, widely known as Hofmeister effects, have been known for more than 100 years. They are ubiquitous throughout the chemical, biological and physical sciences. The origin of… 
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