J. Phys. Chem. B volume 118, issue 45, P12805-12817 2014 DOI: 10.1021/jp5059885 View Full Text
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Michael J. Saxton

Abstract: Scalable tracers are potentially a useful tool to examine diffusion mechanisms and to predict diffusion coefficients, particularly for hindered diffusion in complex, heterogeneous, or crowded systems. Scalable tracers are defined as a series of tracers varying in size but with the same shape, structure, surface chemistry, deformability, and diffusion mechanism. Both chemical homology and constant dynamics are required. In particular, branching must not vary with size, and there must be no transition between or…

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