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Classical Density Functional Theory of Ionic Solutions

Forsman, Jan LU ; Woodward, Clifford and Szparaga, Ryan LU (2015) p.17-38
Abstract
The basic structure of classical density functional theory (DFT) is reviewed from a rather general perspective. The treatment is then specialized to ionic solutions, describing the various possible extensions beyond the Poisson–Boltzmann level, that DFT offers, such as excluded volume effects, non-electrostatic interactions, connectivity (polymers) and ion correlations. The last effects are discussed rather thoroughly, with several explicit illustrations.
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Computational Electrostatics for Biological Applications.
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17 - 38
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Springer
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978-3-319-12211-3
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10.1007/978-3-319-12211-3_2
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English
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  year         = {2015},
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