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Generalizable Features of Interfacial Water Structure Predict the Hydrophobicity of Chemically Heterogeneous Surfaces

By Bradley Dallin and others
The hydrophobicity of an interface determines the magnitude of hydrophobic interactions that drive numerous biological and industrial processes. Chemically heterogeneous interfaces are abundant in these contexts; examples include the surfaces of proteins, functionalized nanomaterials, and polymeric materials. While the hydrophobicity of nonpolar solutes can be predicted and related to the... Show more
July 19, 2021
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Generalizable Features of Interfacial Water Structure Predict the Hydrophobicity of Chemically Heterogeneous Surfaces
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