Carlos H. Borca, Ph.D.

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2012-2017 Chemistry Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
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Effective Fragment Potential
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http://carlosborca.github.io
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Alenaizan A, Borca CH, Karunakaran SC, et al. (2021) X-ray Fiber Diffraction and Computational Analyses of Stacked Hexads in Supramolecular Polymers: Insight into Self-Assembly in Water by Prospective Prebiotic Nucleobases. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Wilson VR, Mugheirbi NA, Mosquera-Giraldo LI, et al. (2021) Interaction of Polymers with Enzalutamide Nanodroplets-Impact on Droplet Properties and Induction Times. Molecular Pharmaceutics
Borca CH, Bakr BW, Burns LA, et al. (2019) CrystaLattE: Automated computation of lattice energies of organic crystals exploiting the many-body expansion to achieve dual-level parallelism. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 151: 144103
Mosquera-Giraldo LI, Borca CH, Parker AS, et al. (2018) Crystallization Inhibition Properties of Cellulose Esters and Ethers for a Group of Chemically Diverse Drugs - Experimental and Computational Insight. Biomacromolecules
Mugheirbi N, Mosquera-Giraldo LI, Borca CH, et al. (2018) Phase Behavior of Drug-Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose Amorphous Solid Dispersions Produced from Various Solvent Systems: Mechanistic Understanding of the Role of Polymer using Experimental and Theoretical Methods. Molecular Pharmaceutics
Mosquera-Giraldo LI, Borca CH, Meng X, et al. (2016) Mechanistic Design of Chemically Diverse Polymers with Applications in Oral Drug Delivery. Biomacromolecules
Borca CH, Slipchenko LV, Wasserman A. (2016) Ground-State Charge Transfer: Lithium-Benzene and the Role of Hartree-Fock Exchange. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A
Xiong F, Borca CH, Slipchenko LV, et al. (2016) Photochemical Degradation of Isoprene-derived 4,1-Carbonyl Nitrate Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 1-40
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