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Proton Polarizability of Hydrogen-Bonded Network and its Role in Proton Transfer in Bacteriorhodopsin



Proton Polarizability of Hydrogen-Bonded Network and its Role in Proton Transfer in Bacteriorhodopsin



Journal of Physical Chemistry A 104(18): 4333-4337




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DOI: 10.1021/jp994460u


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