BISWA JYOTI DUTTA
Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences
Volume 129 Issue 5 May 2017 pp 533-541 Regular Article
Effect of external perturbation (in terms of external electric field and solvents) on the stability of lysine-aspartic acid salt bridge was analyzed by density functional theory. Because of solvation, interaction energy in the aqueous phase is much lower as compared to gas phase. Interaction energy as well as stability (measured in terms of global hardness, HOMO energy and total electronic energy) are observed to be sensitive towards the strength and direction of the applied electric field. Gap between HOMO energy of the acids and salt bridge also points towards the feasibility of hydrogen bonding.
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