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Proton Transfer in Water and Ice: Solitonic Models for Structural Defects in the Hydrogen-Bonded Network

  • Eugene S. Kryachko
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Chemistry book series (LNC, volume 50)

Abstract

Undoubtedly, a majority of living processes take place only for a reason that they occur in the aqueous environment and are reliable only due to the so called “schizophrenia” of water. A schizophrenia of water is manifested in its “anomalous” properties. For example, one of the most striking anomalous property of water is its high electric conductivity arising, as usually emphasized in the text book of physical chemistry, due to the large mobility of the H+ ion.

Keywords

Domain Wall Chem Phys SOLITONIC Model Living Process Single Hydrogen Atom 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Eugene S. Kryachko
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  1. 1.Institute for Theoretical PhysicsKiev-130USSR

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