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Illustration of simulations of a free energy perturbation study of phosphate hydrolysis in water

Snapshots from extensive simulations of a step in the free energy perturbation study of phosphate hydrolysis in water. The simulations involve a QM/MM surface with a description of the phosphate (red and white) from first principle and an MM description of the water molecules (blue).

Credit: Arieh Warshel


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Martin Karplus

Martin Karplus, 2013 Nobel Laureate in chemistry.

Credit: Alexander Mahmoud. Copyright Nobel Foundation 2013


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Michael Levitt

Michael Levitt, 2013 Nobel Laureate in chemistry.

Credit: Alexander Mahmoud. Copyright Nobel Foundation 2013


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Arieh Warshel

Arieh Warshel, 2013 Nobel Laureate in chemistry.

Credit: Alexander Mahmoud. Copyright Nobel Foundation 2013


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