Lawrence R. Pratt

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Tulane University School of Science and Engineering 
Chemical Engineering, Molecular Chemistry, Petroleum Engineering
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Muralidharan A, Pratt LR, Chaudhari MI, et al. (2018) Quasi-Chemical Theory with Cluster Sampling from Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics: Fluoride (F) Anion Hydration. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A
Muralidharan A, Chaudhari MI, Pratt LR, et al. (2018) Molecular Dynamics of Lithium Ion Transport in a Model Solid Electrolyte Interphase. Scientific Reports. 8: 10736
Gao A, Tan L, Pratt LR, et al. (2018) The Role of Solute Attractive Forces in the Atomic-Scale Theory of Hydrophobic Effects. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Muralidharan A, Pratt LR, Hoffman GG, et al. (2018) Molecular Simulation Results on Charged Carbon Nanotube Forest-Based Supercapacitors. Chemsuschem
Chaudhari MI, Muralidharan A, Pratt LR, et al. (2018) Assessment of Simple Models for Molecular Simulation of Ethylene Carbonate and Propylene Carbonate as Solvents for Electrolyte Solutions. Topics in Current Chemistry (Cham). 376: 7
Chaudhari MI, Rempe SB, Pratt LR. (2017) Quasi-chemical theory of F(-)(aq): The "no split occupancies rule" revisited. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 147: 161728
Chaudhari MI, Nair JR, Pratt LR, et al. (2016) Scaling Atomic Partial Charges of Carbonate Solvents for Lithium ion (Li+) Solvation and Diffusion. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation
Pratt LR, Chaudhari MI, Rempe SB. (2016) Statistical Analyses of Hydrophobic Interactions: A Mini-Review. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Chaudhari MI, Rempe SB, Asthagiri D, et al. (2016) Molecular Theory and the Effects of Solute Attractive Forces on Hydrophobic Interactions. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
You X, Chaudhari MI, Rempe SB, et al. (2015) Dielectric Relaxation of Ethylene Carbonate and Propylene Carbonate from Molecular Dynamics Simulations. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
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