Environmental Effects on Molecular Structure and Properties: Proceedings of the Eighth Jerusalem Symposium on Quantum Chemistry and Biochemistry Held in Jerusalem, April 7th-11th 1975 / Edition 1

Environmental Effects on Molecular Structure and Properties: Proceedings of the Eighth Jerusalem Symposium on Quantum Chemistry and Biochemistry Held in Jerusalem, April 7th-11th 1975 / Edition 1

by A. Pullman
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Springer Netherlands


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789027706041
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 12/31/1975
Series: Jerusalem Symposia Series , #8
Edition description: 1976
Pages: 588
Product dimensions: 8.27(w) x 11.69(h) x 0.36(d)

Table of Contents

Molecular Orbital ‘Supermolecule’ Approach to the Solvation Problem.- On the Development of Solvent Effect Models: Method Development and Initial Applications.- Electrostatic Properties of Proteins: Role of the Aqueous Solution in Determining Protein Secondary and Tertiary Structure.- Approaches to the Problem of Solvation Calculations in Polar and Charged Molecules.- Quantum-Mechanical Studies on the Effect of Water on the Conformation of Two Biologically Important Zwitterionic Systems: Polar Head of Phospholipids and GABA.- Solvent Effects on Acidity and Basicity from Gas Phase Ion Equilibria Measurements.- Conformation of Peptides in Water.- Theoretical Studies on the Conformation of Peptides in Solution. II: Conformations of N-Acetyl L-Alanine N-Methyl Amide in CCl4 and H2O and N-Acetyl Glycine N-Methyl Amide in CCl4.- Molecular Environmental Effects on the Puckering of the Proline Ring.- Molecular Design: Theoretical and Solution Studies on Copper(II) Complex of Glycylglycyl-L-Histidine-N-Methyl Amide, a Peptide Designed to Mimic the Copper(II)-Transport Site of Human Albumin.- Molecular Complexes and Chemical Behaviour: Competitive Preferential Solvation Theory and its Applications.- Calorimetric Studies of Hydrophobic Interactions in Aqueous Solution.- Changes in the Adherence of Hydrophobic Groups, and Corresponding Alterations in Molecular Conformation of Biopolymers, with Changes in Interfacial Tension of their Aqueous Solutions.- Solute-Solute and Solute-Solvent Interactions: NMR Studies.- Theoretical Study of the Solvent Effect on Ionization and Partition Behavior in Related Opiate Narcotics: Hydromorphone and Oxymorphone.- Solvent Effect and Aromatic Compounds: Magneto-Optic Properties.-—-Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complexes: Mechanism of Adduct Formation and Intermolecular Interactions.- Correlation of Chemical Reactivity in the Solid State with Crystal Structure.- The Effects of the Crystal Lattice on the Electronic Distribution of the Nitrite Ion in the Ferroelectric Phase of Na2NO2.- Intra- and Intermolecular Interactions in Azanucleosides.- Chromophore Protein Interactions in Visual Pigments and their Analogs.- Effect of the Counter Anion on the Oxidation of N-Benzyl-1, 4-Dihydronicotinamide.- Influence of Cations on Secondary Structures of Macromolecules and Membranes - IR Investigations.- Hemoglobin Interaction in Sickle Cell Fibers: Theoretical Approaches to the Molecular Contacts.- Application of Competitive Labeling to the Study of the Effect of Environment on the Chemical Properties of Groups in Proteins: Environmental Effects on Histidine Residues.- The Stability of Bovine Pancreatic Ribonuclease in Glycerol and Glycerol-Cosolvents.- A New Empirical Intermolecular Potential Energy Function for Hydrogen Bonding: Application to the Gas Phase and Solid State of Carboxylic Acids and Alcohols.- Use of Energy Calculations to Refine and Understand Structure and Function of Proteins.- Coenzyme Apoenzyme Interactions: Studies on the Binding of Thiamine Diphosphate to Apotransketolase from Baker’s Yeast.- Electron Transport in Cyhrome C.- The Effect of Temperature on the Structure of Lysozyme in Solution.- On the Anesthetic Potency of Fluorocarbons, Their Ionization Potentials, and Their Dissociative Effect on Hydrogen Bonds.- A Preliminary Refinement of Yeast tRNAPhe at 3 Å Resolution.- The Modification by Biliproteins of Intensity and Direction of Electron Flow across Chlorophyll-Containing Membranes.- Environmental Effects on Processes of Excited Molecules - External Spinorbit Coupling Effects on Phohemical Reactions of Bianthrone-like Molecules.- Ground-State versus Excited-State Polarity of Triafulvenes: A Study of Solvent Effects on Molecular Electronic Spectra.- Index of Names.

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