Introduction to the physics of ionic conduction in narrow biological and artificial channels

Luchinsky, Dmitry G. and McClintock, Peter V. E. (2021) Introduction to the physics of ionic conduction in narrow biological and artificial channels. Entropy, 23 (6). ISSN 1099-4300

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Abstract

The permeation of ions through narrow water-filled channels is essential to life and of rapidly-growing importance in technology. Reaching an understanding of the mechanisms underlying the permeation process requires an interdisciplinary approach, where ideas drawn from physics are of particular importance and have brought encouraging progress in recent years. This Introduction sets into context the several ground-breaking papers presented in the Entropy Special Issue on “The Physics of Ionic Conduction in Narrow Biological and Artificial Channels.

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Journal Article
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Entropy
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This is the editorial Introduction to a Special Issue of the journal Entropy.
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155094
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Deposited On:
19 May 2021 13:50
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27 Nov 2021 06:02