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Nonlinear excitations in biomolecules

les Houches School, May 30 to June 4, 1994

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Published by Springer in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biophysics -- Congresses.,
  • Biomolecules -- Congresses.,
  • Excited state chemistry -- Congresses.,
  • Solitons -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementeditor, M. Peyrard.
    SeriesCentre de physique les houches ;, 2, Centre de physique des Houches (Series) ;, 2.
    ContributionsPeyrard, M. 1949-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH505 .N66 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 426 p. :
    Number of Pages426
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL925433M
    ISBN 103540592504, 2868832474
    LC Control Number95224477

    @article{osti_, title = {Focus: Phase-resolved nonlinear terahertz spectroscopy—From charge dynamics in solids to molecular excitations in liquids}, author = {Elsaesser, Thomas, E-mail: [email protected] and Reimann, Klaus and Woerner, Michael, E-mail: [email protected]}, abstractNote = {Intense terahertz (THz) electric field transients with amplitudes up to several. Aug 08,  · An efficient analysis procedure has been developed for the random vibration analysis of nonlinear structures subjected to nonstationary random excitations based on the equivalent linearization method and the time-domain explicit formulation method.

    1. Author(s): Peyrard,M(Michel),; Centre de physique des Houches. Title(s): Nonlinear excitations in biomolecules: les Houches School, May 30 to June 4, The properties of nonlinear excitations and verifi cation of validity of theory of energy transport in the protein molecules Published: April 09, In Davydov’s model, where 0=ev is the amide-I quantum energy, -J is the dipole-dipole interaction energy between neighbouring amides, Bn(Bn) is the creation (annihilation) operator for an amide-I quantum (exciton) in the site n, uAuthor: Pang Xiao-Feng.

    This is a book about the physical processes in reacting complex molecules, particularly biomolecules. In the past decade scientists from different fields such as medicine, biology, chemistry and physics have collected a huge amount of data about the structure, dynamics and functioning of biomolecules. Nonlinear Localized Excitations in Discrete Systems. Electrical lattices Faustino Palmero by oscillator networks (crystals, biomolecules Group of Nonlinear Physics, University of Seville, Spain Lars Q. English. Physics and Astronomy Department.


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They apply especially to biological phenomena and can explain coherent excitations with remarkable properties. This book provides a pedagogical introduction to the theory of nonlinear excitations and solitons in a biological environment, and also to the structure and function of biomolecules as well as energy and charge transport in biophysics.

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In parallel, powerful methods in physics, especially nonlinearity. Lecture 8 A nonlinear model for DNA melting.- Lecture 9 Dynamics of conformational excitations in the DNA macromolecule.- Lecture 10 Nonlinear dynamics of plasmid pBR promoters.- Lecture 11 Helical geometry and DNA models.- Lecture 12 Nonlinear localized excitations and the dynamics of H-bonds in DNA.- II Proteins, conformation and dynamics Get this from a library.

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In the past decade scientists from different fields such as medicine, biology, chemistry and physics have collected a huge amount of data about the structure, dynamics and functioning of autohelp.club by: Nonlinear excitations: Solitons A. Mourachkine Nanoscience Centre andtheCavendish Laboratory, Universityof Cambridge,11J.J.

ThomsonAvenue, CambridgeCB3 0FF,UK The main purpose of this chapter is to present a brief introduction to nonlinear excitations, and to underline the soliton concept. This chapter is Chapter 5 in the book High-Temperature. Feb 01,  · *Prices in US$ apply to orders placed in the Americas only.

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Feb 01,  · This book provides an introduction to localised excitations in spatially discrete systems, from the experimental, numerical and mathematical points of view. Also known as discrete breathers, nonlinear lattice excitations and intrinsic localised modes, these are spatially localised time periodic motions in networks of dynamical units.

Dec 18,  · According to Fig. 1 the hole which at the moment t=0 was at G 1 passes to GGG during the time Δt≈9×10 −12 s. The only parameters which cannot be estimated are the coupling constants κ autohelp.club numerical study of system, shows that the transition takes place only if κ i does not exceed a certain critical value.

If so, in some range of κ i values, the hole irreversibly transfers from G 1 Cited by: Beginning with introductory chapters on DNA structure and dynamics, the book also includes a comparison between linear and nonlinear approaches to the DNA molecule, a chapter devoted to the statistics of nonlinear excitations of DNA, and examples for the interpretation of experimental data on the dynamics of DNA in terms of nonlinear theory.2/5(1).

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A particularly attractive field of application for nonlinear localized excitations is the controlled and directed transport of energy. We discuss the recently proposed targeted transfer of localized excitations based on the concept of nonlinear resonance and its potential autohelp.club by: 1.

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This development opens the new research field of nonlinear THz spectroscopy in which strong light-matter interactions are exploited to induce quantum excitations and/or charge transport and follow their nonequilibrium dynamics in time-resolved experiments. This book introduces methods of THz generation and nonlinear THz spectroscopy in a.

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