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Water structure-dependent charge transport in proteins ( protons / electrons / charge transfer / dielectric dispersion )

@inproceedings{PETERR2005WaterSC,
  title={Water structure-dependent charge transport in proteins ( protons / electrons / charge transfer / dielectric dispersion )},
  author={C. PETERR. and Gascoyne and Ronald and Pethig and Albert and SZENT-GY},
  year={2005}
}
Dielectric and conductivity measurements are reported for bovine serum albumin as a function of hydration. Strong evidence is found for the existence of mobile charges whose shortand long-range hopping motion strongly depends on the physical state of the protein-bound water. These charges are considered to be protons. Insi T ts into the nature of the electrical properties of proteiwmethy glyoxal complexes are provided, and the possibilities for correlated proton-electron motions are outlined… Expand

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