By Stuart A. Rice, Aaron R. Dinner
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• concept and simulation advances in solute precipitate nucleation
• A computational perspective of water within the liquid state
• development of strength services for lattice heteropolymer types, together with effective encodings for constraint pride programming and quantum annealing
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Among particle-based models, the structural details of ensembles of malformed structures predicted by dynamical simulations are somewhat dependent on details of the model interaction geometries. For example, trapezoidal subunits can form defects not available to triangular subunits and thus do not give rise to the same ensemble of monster structures [151,154]. Similarly, we have found that patchy-sphere models can form closed shells that are smaller than the ground-state geometry under strong interactions, which does not seem to occur for triangular or trapezoidal subunits.
Correspondingly a small nucleation barrier. However, as the reaction approaches equilibrium ????1 = ????∗ , the size increases to a half-formed capsid and the barrier increases to 30????B ???? . Substitution of this free energy barrier into Eq. (17) shows that the reaction timescale far exceeds the experimentally accessible timescales at this point. In other words, the reaction only approaches equilibrium asymptotically. B, this effect can lead to underestimating subunit-subunit binding energies when finite-time assembly data are fit to equilibrium expressions.
B, this effect can lead to underestimating subunit-subunit binding energies when finite-time assembly data are fit to equilibrium expressions. The observation that, at equilibrium, the critical nucleus corresponds to a half capsid ????nuc = ????∕2 is rather generic. It results from the fact that equilibrium is reached when the free subunit concentration decreases to the point at which the 26 MICHAEL F. HAGAN chemical potential( of a free )subunit is equal to that of a subunit in a complete eq cap capsid, ????1 = exp ???????????? ∕???? .
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 155 by Stuart A. Rice, Aaron R. Dinner