THE STRUCTURAL FORMS OF LIQUID WATER AT INTERFACES AND NEAR BIOPOLYMERS.
LITTLE (ARTHUR D) INC CAMBRIDGE MASS
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Liquid water consists of free water and two structural forms. The first of these forms constitutes the Frank-Wen clusters and the hydration atmospheres of ions whereas the second form, which is much more stable with respect to hydrostatic pressure, is present in small amounts in the bulk water but is the principle form at interfaces and near hydrophobic molecules or parts of molecules. Author
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