Hofmeister series reversal for lysozyme by change in pH and salt concentration: insights from electrophoretic mobility measurements
Salis, A., Cugia, F., Parsons, D.F., Ninham, B.W. and Monduzzi, M. (2012) Hofmeister series reversal for lysozyme by change in pH and salt concentration: insights from electrophoretic mobility measurements. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 14 (13). pp. 4343-4346.
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Hofmeister series reversal can occur with change in pH, or increase in salt concentration. The phenomena are a challenge for any theory of ion specific effects. Recent theoretical work predicts how a complex interplay between ionic sizes, hydration and dispersion forces explains Hofmeister series reversal. Electrophoretic mobility measurements on lysozyme suspensions reported here are consistent with the theory.
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|Publisher:||Royal Society of Chemistry|
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