Mohammadhasan (Hadi) Dinpajooh, Ph.D.
|2019-||Chemistry||University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States|
Area:Theoretical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Computational Chemistry
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|Dinpajooh M, Guenza MG. (2017) On the Density Dependence of the Integral Equation Coarse-Graining Effective Potential. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B|
|Copperman J, Dinpajooh M, Beyerle ER, et al. (2017) Universality and Specificity in Protein Fluctuation Dynamics. Physical Review Letters. 119: 158101|
|Dinpajooh M, Newton MD, Matyushov DV. (2017) Free energy functionals for polarization fluctuations: Pekar factor revisited. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 146: 064504|
|Dinpajooh M, Matyushov DV. (2016) Dielectric constant of water in the interface. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 145: 014504|
|Dinpajooh M, Martin DR, Matyushov DV. (2016) Polarizability of the active site of cytochrome c reduces the activation barrier for electron transfer. Scientific Reports. 6: 28152|
|Dinpajooh M, Bai P, Allan DA, et al. (2015) Accurate and precise determination of critical properties from Gibbs ensemble Monte Carlo simulations. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 143: 114113|
|Dinpajooh M, Matyushov DV. (2015) Free energy of ion hydration: Interface susceptibility and scaling with the ion size. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 143: 044511|
|Dinpajooh M, Matyushov DV. (2015) Interfacial Structural Transition in Hydration Shells of a Polarizable Solute. Physical Review Letters. 114: 207801|
|Dinpajooh M, Matyushov DV. (2014) Non-Gaussian lineshapes and dynamics of time-resolved linear and nonlinear (correlation) spectra. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 118: 7925-36|
|Mielke SL, Dinpajooh M, Siepmann JI, et al. (2013) Efficient methods for including quantum effects in Monte Carlo calculations of large systems: extension of the displaced points path integral method and other effective potential methods to calculate properties and distributions. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 138: 014110|