10 April 2007 at 08:30
20 April 2007
Trieste - Italy
AGH (Kastler Lecture Hall)
Directors: M.L. Klein, D.D. Klug, G. Scoles; ICTP Local Organizer: S. Scandolo
The aim of the College will be to teach fundamental concepts about water containing systems, such as chemical bonding, solvation, phase transitions, intermolecular interactions etc., which find numerous applications in fields as diverse and important as molecular biology, environmental chemistry and atmospheric physics.
Physical properties of liquid water; Water bonding; Interatomic and intermolecular potentials; Simulations; New phases; Amorphous solid water; Dense crystalline ice; Clathrate hydrates; Transport mechanisms; Water clusters; Water in confined environments; Water at surfaces; Solvation; Hydrophobic and hydrophilic interactions; Water in biological systems etc.
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