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Transferability of Coarse Grained Potentials : Implicit Solvent Models for Hydrated Ions

Transferability of Coarse Grained Potentials : Implicit Solvent Models for Hydrated Ions


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SHEN, Jia-Wei, Chunli LI, Nico F. A. VAN DER VEGT, Christine PETER, 2011. Transferability of Coarse Grained Potentials : Implicit Solvent Models for Hydrated Ions. In: Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation : JCTC. 7(6), pp. 1916-1927. ISSN 1549-9618. eISSN 1549-9626. Available under: doi: 10.1021/ct2001396

@article{Shen2011-06-14Trans-37865, title={Transferability of Coarse Grained Potentials : Implicit Solvent Models for Hydrated Ions}, year={2011}, doi={10.1021/ct2001396}, number={6}, volume={7}, issn={1549-9618}, journal={Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation : JCTC}, pages={1916--1927}, author={Shen, Jia-Wei and Li, Chunli and van der Vegt, Nico F. A. and Peter, Christine} }

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