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Hydrophobic effect

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The hydrophobic effect is the observed tendency of nonpolar substances to aggregate in aqueous solution and exclude water molecules. This occurs because interactions between the hydrophobic molecule...

Hydrophobic Interactions - Chemwiki

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Sep 3, 2015 ... Hydrophobic interactions describe the relations between water and hydrophobes (low water-soluble molecules). Hydrophobes are nonpolar ...

Hydrophobic interaction | definition of hydrophobic interaction by ...

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hy·dro·pho·bic in·ter·ac·tion. interaction between uncharged substituents on different molecules without a sharing of electrons or protons; entropy-driven ...

Hydrophobic Interactions

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Hydrocarbons. Hydrocarbons. The above figure is an example of a hydrocarbon. Hydrocarbons are compounds that are predominately composed of Hydrogen ...

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Dec 9, 2010 ... One of a series of short videos produce by iemedia solutions ( http://www.iemedia .co.uk ) for Arecor Ltd ( http://www.arecor.com ) to help explain ...

"Hydrophobic Interactions in Proteins". In: Encyclopedia of Life ...

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Hydrophobic Interactions in. Proteins. Brian W Matthews, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, USA. Proteins fold spontaneously into complicated ...

Hydrophobic Interactions

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Hydrophobic Interactions. The hydrophobic interaction is entropy-driven and thus intrinsically temperature sensitive. For instance, the solubility of methane in ...

Contribution of Hydrophobic Interactions to Protein Stability - NCBI

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Mar 4, 2011 ... Our goal was to gain a better understanding of the contribution of hydrophobic interactions to protein stability. We measured the change in ...

The role of hydrophobic interactions in initiation and propagation of ...

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Aug 29, 2006 ... For example, a lysine side chain contains four methylenes, which may undergo hydrophobic interactions if the charged ε-NH3 <sup>+</sup> group is ...

Temperature dependence of the hydrophobic interaction

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temperatures comes from the hydrophobic interaction. The hydrophobic interaction changes from being entropy-driven at. 22°C to being enthalpy-driven at ...

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The tendency of nonpolar molecules in a polar solvent (usually water) to interact with one another is called the hydrophobic effect. The interactions between the ...

Noncovalent Bonding

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Index to this page. 1. Ionic Interactions; 2. Hydrophobic Interactions; 3. Hydrogen Bonds; Noncovalent interactions are individually weak but collectively strong.

Protein interactions leading to folding

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The non-polar or hydrophobic amino acids are thus grouped together, away from direct contact with H2O. By default, the outer shell of a folded protein is largely ...