List of Publications - Noam Agmon




  1. Noam Agmon. Relativistic transformations of thermodynamics quantities. Foundations of Physics, 7:331-339, 1977.

  2. Noam Agmon. Generating reaction coordinates by the Pauling relation. Chemical Physics Letters, 45:343-345, 1977. PDF

  3. Noam Agmon and Raphael D. Levine. Energy, entropy and the reaction coordinate: Thermodynamic-like relations in chemical kinetics. Chemical Physics Letters, 52:197-201, 1977. PDF

  4. Noam Agmon. Quantitative Hammond postulate. Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Trans. II, 74:388-404, 1978. PDF

  5. Yoram Alhassid, Noam Agmon, and Raphael D. Levine. An upper bound for the entropy and its applications to the maximal entropy problem. Chemical Physics Letters, 53:22-26, 1978. PDF

  6. Noam Agmon, Yoram Alhassid, and Raphael D. Levine. An algorithm for finding the distribution of maximal entropy. Journal of Computational Physics, 30:250-258, 1979. PDF

  7. Noam Agmon, Yoram Alhassid, and Raphael D. Levine. An algorithm for determining the Lagrange parameters in the maximal entropy formalism. In Raphael D. Levine and Myron Tribus, editors, The Maximum Entropy Formalism, pages 207-209, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, 1979. MIT Press.

  8. Noam Agmon and Raphael D. Levine. Empirical triatomic potential energy surfaces defined over orthogonal bond-order coordinates. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 71:3034-3041, 1979. PDF

  9. Noam Agmon. An analytical approximation for the number of states along the reaction coordinate. Chemical Physics, 45:249-260, 1980. PDF

  10. Noam Agmon and Raphael D. Levine. Structural considerations in chemical kinetics: Gas phase H-atom transfer reaction series. Israel Journal of Chemistry, 19:330-336, 1980.

  11. Noam Agmon. Structure reactivity correlations. In Miriam Balaban, editor, Molecular Structure and Dynamics: Lectures on Biological and Chemical Physics, pages 155-171, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 1980. International Science Services. A Symposium in Honor of S. Lifson.

  12. Noam Agmon. Is there a nitroalkane anomaly? Journal of the American Chemical Society, 102:2164-2167, 1980. PDF

  13. Noam Agmon. From energy profiles to structure-reactivity correlations. International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 13:333-365, 1981.

  14. Noam Agmon. The rotating rod model: Opacity, deflection and angular distribution functions from collinear reaction probabilities. Chemical Physics, 61:189-204, 1981. PDF

  15. Noam Agmon. Generating a 3D H3 potential energy surface from the 1D surface. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 76(1):743-745, 1982. PDF

  16. Noam Agmon. Fine structure in the dependence of final conditions on initial conditions in classical collinear H+H2 dynamics. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 76:1309-1316, 1982. PDF

  17. Noam Agmon. Structure-reactivity correlations in state-to-state chemistry. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 76:1759-1769, 1982. PDF

  18. Noam Agmon. Local normal modes and vibrational adiabatic potentials. Chemical Physics, 76:203-218, 1983. PDF

  19. Noam Agmon and John J. Hopfield. Transient kinetics of chemical reactions with bounded diffusion perpendicular to the reaction coordinate: Intramolecular processes with slow conformational changes. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 78:6947-6959, 1983. PDF Erratum, ibid. 80, 592 (1984). PDF

  20. Noam Agmon and John J. Hopfield. CO binding to heme proteins: A model for barrier height distributions and slow conformational changes. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 79:2042-2053, 1983. PDF

  21. Noam Agmon. Unimolecular dissociation as diffusion with a radiation boundary condition. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 80:5049-5054, 1984. PDF

  22. Noam Agmon. Diffusion with back-reaction. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 81:2811-2817, 1984. PDF

  23. Noam Agmon. Residence times in diffusion processes. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 81:3644-3647, 1984. PDF

  24. Noam Agmon. Perpendicular effects on transition-state structure: Model and application to cycloadditions and sigmatropic shifts. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 106:6960-6962, 1984. PDF

  25. Noam Agmon. Relaxation times in diffusion processes. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 82:935-938, 1985. PDF

  26. Noam Agmon. Conditional lifetimes in geminate recombination. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 82:2056-2060, 1985. PDF

  27. Noam Agmon. A diffusion-Michaelis-Menten mechanism: Continuous conformational change in enzymatic kinetics. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 113:711-717, 1985. PDF

  28. Noam Agmon. Extensions of the Melander-Westheimer postulate: Isotope effects in reactions with equilibrium values far from unity. Israel Journal of Chemistry, 26:375-377, 1985.

  29. Noam Agmon. Diffusion with random traps: Transient one dimensional kinetics in a linear potential. Journal of Statistical Physics, 43:537-559, 1986. PDF

  30. Noam Agmon and M. Larry Glasser. A complete asymptotic expansion for integrals arising from one-dimensional diffusion with random traps. Physical Review A, 34:656-658, 1986. PDF

  31. Noam Agmon. Opacity analysis of the H3 system: Modified rotating-rod vs frozen-orientation models. International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 18:1047-1064, 1986.

  32. Noam Agmon. The method of ascending symmetry for irreducible characters of finite groups. Theoretica Chimica Acta, 70:203-219, 1986.

  33. Noam Agmon. What can be learned from low temperature reactivity on room temperature rebinding kinetics of heme proteins? In Bernard Pullman and Joshua Jortner, editors, Tunneling: 19th Jerusalem Symposium on Quantum Chemistry and Biochemistry, pages 373-381, Dordrecht, Holland, 1986. Reidel.

  34. Noam Agmon and Ronnie Kosloff. Dynamics of two dimensional diffusional barrier crossing. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 91:1988-1996, 1987. PDF

  35. M. Larry Glasser and Noam Agmon. Scavenging of one-dimensional diffusion with random traps. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 86:5104-5109, 1987. PDF Erratum, ibid. 87, 3711 (1987). PDF

  36. Noam Agmon. Perpendicular effects on transition states. 2. Energy profiles and reaction surfaces. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 52:2192-2195, 1987. PDF

  37. Noam Agmon. New approximate limiting laws for activity and rate coefficients of ions in solution. Chemical Physics Letters, 141:122-128, 1987. PDF

  38. Noam Agmon. A note on a paper by Clifford, Green and Pilling. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 49:266, 1987.

  39. Noam Agmon. Ionization potentials for isoelectronic series. Journal of Chemical Education, 65:42-44, 1988. PDF

  40. Noam Agmon. Reactive lineshape narrowing in low-temperature inhomogeneous geminate recombination of CO to myoglobin. Biochemistry, 27:3507-3511, 1988. PDF

  41. Ehud Pines, Dan Huppert, and Noam Agmon. Geminate recombination in excited-state proton transfer reactions: Numerical solution of the Debye-Smoluchowski equation with back-reaction boundary conditions. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 88:5620-5630, 1988. PDF

  42. Noam Agmon, Ehud Pines, and Dan Huppert. Geminate recombination in proton-transfer reactions. II. Comparison of diffusional and kinetic schemes. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 88:5631-5638, 1988. PDF

  43. Noam Agmon. Geminate recombination in proton-transfer reactions. III. Kinetics and equilibrium inside a finite sphere. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 88:5639-5642, 1988. PDF

  44. Noam Agmon. Geminate recombination in proton-transfer reactions. IV. Ground-state yields. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 89:1524-1528, 1988. PDF

  45. Ehud Pines, Dan Huppert, and Noam Agmon. Geminate recombination in excited-state proton transfer reactions: Picosecond dynamics in electrolyte solutions. In T. Yajima, K. Yoshihara, C. B. Harris, and S. Shionoya, editors, Ultrafast Phenomena VI, volume 48 of Chemical Physics, pages 517-519. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 1988.

  46. Noam Agmon. Book review: The fluctuating enzyme. Journal of Statistical Physics, 52:519-520, 1988. PDF

  47. Attila Szabo, Robert Zwanzig, and Noam Agmon. Diffusion controlled reactions with mobile traps. Physical Review Letters, 61:2496-2499, 1988. PDF

  48. Noam Agmon. Viscosity expansions in reactive diffusion processes. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 90:3765-3775, 1989. PDF

  49. Noam Agmon and George H. Weiss. Moment approximations for first-passage time problems. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 93(19):6884-6887, 1989. PDF

  50. Noam Agmon and George H. Weiss. Theory of non-Markovian reversible dissociation reactions. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 91:6937-6942, 1989. PDF

  51. Noam Agmon. Book review on proteins: A theoretical perspective of dynamics, structure, and thermodynamics by C. L. Brooks, III, M. Karplus and B. M. Pettitt. Journal of Statistical Physics, 58:397-398, 1990. PDF

  52. Noam Agmon. Dynamic stokes shift in coumarins: Is it only relaxation? Journal of Physical Chemistry, 94:2959-2963, 1990. PDF

  53. Noam Agmon and Attila Szabo. Theory of reversible diffusion-influenced reactions. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 92:5270-5284, 1990. PDF

  54. Dan Huppert, Ehud Pines, and Noam Agmon. Long-time behavior of reversible geminate recombination reactions. Journal of the Optical Society of America B, 7:1545-1550, 1990. PDF

  55. Savely Rabinovich and Noam Agmon. The slow diffusion limit for the survival probability in reactive diffusion equations. Chemical Physics, 148:11-19, 1990. PDF

  56. Noam Agmon. Is it only relaxation? Inhomogeneous kinetics in proteins and solution. In Alexander Blumen, Jossi Klafter, and Dietrich Haarer, editors, Dynamical Processes in Condensed Molecular Systems. Proceedings of the Emil Warburg Symposium. pages 333-347. World Scientific, Singapore, 1990.

  57. Noam Agmon. Excited-state proton transfer reactions. In Sebastião J. Formosinho, Imre G. Csizmadia, and Luís G. Arnaut, editors, Theoretical and Computational Models for Organic Chemistry, volume 339 of NATO ASI Series C, pages 315-334, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 1991. Kluwer Academic.

  58. Ehud Pines, Dan Huppert, and Noam Agmon. Salt effects on steady-state quantum yields of ultrafast, diffusion influenced, reversible photoacid dissociation reactions. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 95:666-674, 1991. PDF

  59. Noam Agmon and Savely Rabinovich. Stiffness effects in multidimensional diffusive barrier crossing. Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft fur Physikalische Chemie, 95(3):278-285, 1991.

  60. Savely Rabinovich and Noam Agmon. Adiabatic elimination in multidimensional diffusive barrier crossing. Chemical Physics Letters, 182:336-342, 1991. PDF

  61. Noam Agmon. A unified approach to spherical symmetric diffusion. Physical Review Letters, 67(10):1366-1369, 1991. PDF

  62. Noam Agmon, Horst Schnorer, and Alexander Blumen. Competitive reversible binding: A bimolecular boundary condition for the diffusion equation. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 95(19):7326-7330, 1991. PDF

  63. Noam Agmon, Dan Huppert, Asnat Masad, and Ehud Pines. Excited-state proton transfer to methanol-water mixtures. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 95(25):10407-10413, 1991. PDF Erratum, ibid. 96, 2020, 1992. PDF

  64. Dan Huppert, Sinay Y. Goldberg, Asnat Masad, and Noam Agmon. Experimental determination of the long-time behavior in reversible binary chemical reactions. Physical Review Letters, 68(26):3932-3935, 1992. PDF

  65. Asnat Masad, Sinay Y. Goldberg, Dan Huppert, and Noam Agmon. Bimolecular reactions are power-full. In J. L. Martin, A. Migus, G. A. Mourou, and A. H. Zewail, editors, Ultrafast Phenomena VIII, volume 55 of Chemical Physics, pages 664-666. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1993.

  66. Noam Agmon and Savely Rabinovich. Diffusive dynamics on potential energy surfaces: Non-equilibrium CO binding to heme proteins. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 97(10):7270-7286, 1992. GZippedPS , PDF

  67. Noam Agmon and Raphael D. Levine. Reaction yields in intramolecular dissipative kinetics. Chemical Physics Letters, 206:143-149, 1993. PDF

  68. Noam Agmon. Competitive and non-competitive reversible binding processes. Physical Review E, 47(4):2415-2429, 1993. PDF

  69. Savely Rabinovich and Noam Agmon. Scaling and critical-like behavior in multidimensional diffusive dynamics. Physical Review E, 47(5):3717-3720, 1993. PDF

  70. Arieh L. Edelstein and Noam Agmon. Brownian dynamics simulations of reversible reactions in one dimension. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 99:5396-5404, 1993. GZippedPS , PDF

  71. Arieh L. Edelstein and Noam Agmon. Brownian dynamics of reversible binding processes. In Y. Gauduel and P. J. Rossky, editors, Ultrafast Reaction Dynamics and Solvent Effects, pages 473-484, New York, 1994. AIP Conference Proceedings 298.

  72. Noam Agmon. Multidimensional Kramers and the onset of protein relaxation. In B. Pullman, J. Jortner, and R. D. Levine, editors, Reaction Dynamics in Clusters and Condensed Phases (The 26th Jerusalem Symposium in Quantum Chemistry and Biochemistry), pages 331-342, Dordrecht, Holland, 1994. Kluwer Academic.

  73. Noam Agmon, Wolfgang Doster, and Frank Post. The transition from inhomogeneous to homogeneous kinetics in CO binding to myoglobin. Biophysical Journal, 66(5):1612-1622, 1994. PDF

  74. Noam Agmon and Arieh L. Edelstein. The long-time behavior of reversible binary reactions: Theory, Brownian simulations and experiment. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 100(6):4181-4187, 1994. GZippedPS , PDF

  75. Daniel M. Lerner and Noam Agmon. The kinetic inversion problem in ligand-binding heme proteins. Israel Journal of Chemistry, 34:185-193, 1994.

  76. Arieh L. Edelstein and Noam Agmon. Equilibration in reversible bimolecular reactions. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 99(15):5389-5401, 1995. PDF

  77. Arieh L. Edelstein and Noam Agmon. Bridging the gap between the ultrafast and the ultraslow. Journal of Molecular Liquids, 64:241-245, 1995. PDF

  78. Noam Agmon and Arieh L. Edelstein. Geometric and many-particle aspects of transmitter binding. Biophysical Journal, 68(3):815-825, 1995. PDF

  79. Evgenii B. Krissinel' and Noam Agmon. Spherical symmetric diffusion problem. Journal of Computational Chemistry, 17:1085-1098, 1996. PDF

  80. Noam Agmon, Sinay Y. Goldberg, and Dan Huppert. Salt effect on transient proton transfer to solvent and microscopic proton mobility. Journal of Molecular Liquids, 64:161-195, 1995. PDF

  81. Noam Agmon. The Grotthuss mechanism. Chemical Physics Letters, 244:456-462, 1995. PDF

  82. Noam Agmon. Tetrahedral displacement: The molecular mechanism behind the Debye relaxation in water. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 100(3):1072-1080, 1996. PDF Erratum 101(21):4352, 1997. PDF

  83. Arieh L. Edelstein and Noam Agmon. Collective binding properties of receptor arrays. Biophysical Journal, 72:1582-1594, 1997. PDF

  84. G. Madhavi Sastry and Noam Agmon. The span of one-dimensional multi-particle Brownian motion. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 104(8):3022-3025, 1996. GZippedPS , PDF

  85. Arieh L. Edelstein and Noam Agmon. Brownian-simulation of many-particle binding to a reversible receptor array. Journal of Computational Physics, 132(2):260-275, 1997. PDF

  86. Noam Agmon and G. Madhavi Sastry. A temperature-dependent effective potential explains CO binding to myoglobin. Chemical Physics, 212(1):207-219, 1996. PDF

  87. Noam Agmon. Hydrogen bonds, water rotation and proton mobility. J. Chim. Phys. (Paris), 93:1714-1736, 1996. PS

  88. G. Madhavi Sastry and Noam Agmon. Trehalose prevents protein collapse and preserves its internal mobility. Biochemistry, 36(23):7097-7108, 1997. PDF

  89. Veacheslav Zaloj and Noam Agmon. Electrostatics by Brownian dynamics: Solving the Poisson equation near dielectric interfaces. Chemical Physics Letters, 270(5,6):476-483, 1997. PDF

  90. Noam Agmon. The structure of concentrated HCl solutions. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 102(1):192-199, 1998. PDF

  91. Noam Agmon. Estimation of the hydrogen-bond lengths to H3O+ and H5O2+ in liquid water. Journal of Molecular Liquids, 73/74:513-520, 1997. PDF PS

  92. Veaceslav Zaloj and Noam Agmon. Electrostatics of multilamellar vesicles: Legendre expansion and reaction-field Brownian dynamics. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 108(3):1216-1224, 1998. GZippedPS , PDF

  93. Veaceslav Zaloj and Noam Agmon. Diffusion approach to the linear Poisson-Boltzmann equation. Chemical Physics Letters, 284:78-86, 1998. PDF

  94. Alexander M. Berezhkovskii, Veaceslav Zaloj and Noam Agmon. Residence time distribution of a Brownian particle. Physical Review E, 57(4):3937-3947, 1998. GZippedPS , PDF

  95. Noam Agmon and Veaceslav Zaloj. Comment on "Diffusive reaction rates from Brownian dynamics simulations". The Journal of Chemical Physics, 107(16):6505-6506, 1997. GZippedPS , PDF

  96. Noam Agmon and Evgenii B. Krissinel'. Incoherent control of protein conformational state. Chemical Physics Letters , 294 (1-3):79-86, 1998. PDF

  97. Kyril M. Solntsev, Dan Huppert, Laren M. Tolbert and Noam Agmon. Solvatochromic shifts of ``super'' photoacids. Journal of the American Chemical Society , 120(31):7981-7982, 1998. PDF

  98. Kyril M. Solntsev, Dan Huppert and Noam Agmon. Solvatochromism of beta-naphthol. Journal of Physical Chemistry A , 102 (47):9599-9606, 1998. PDF

  99. Noam Agmon and Irina V. Gopich. Kinetic Transition in Excited-State Reversible Reactions. Chemical Physics Letters, 302:399-404, 1999. PDF

  100. Irina V. Gopich, Kyril M. Solntsev and Noam Agmon. Excited-state reversible geminate reaction. I. Two different lifetimes. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 110(4):2164-2174, 1999. GZippedPS , PDF

  101. Noam Agmon. Excited-state reversible geminate reaction. II. Contact geminate quenching. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 110(4):2175-2180, 1999. GZippedPS , PDF

  102. Irina V. Gopich and Noam Agmon. Excited-state reversible geminate reaction. III. Exact field-free solution. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 110(21):10433-10444, 1999. GZippedPS , PDF

  103. Kyril M. Solntsev, Dan Huppert and Noam Agmon. Photochemistry of "super"-photoacids. Solvent effects. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 103(35):6984-6997, 1999. PDF

  104. Noam Agmon. Primary events in photoacid dissociation. Journal of Molecular Liquids, 85(1-2):87-96, 2000. PS , PDF

  105. Hyojoon Kim and Kook Joe Shin and Noam Agmon. Excited-state reversible geminate recombination with quenching in one dimension. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 111(9):3791-3799, 1999. GZippedPS , PDF

  106. Kyril M. Solntsev and Noam Agmon. Dual asymptotic behavior in geminate diffusion-influenced reaction. Chemical Physics Letters, 320(3/4):262-268, 2000. PDF

  107. Irina V. Gopich and Noam Agmon. Rigorous derivation of the long-time asymptotics for reversible binding. Physical Review Letters, 84(12):2730-2733, 2000. GZippedPS , PDF

  108. Noam Agmon and Irina V. Gopich. Exact long-time asymptotics for reversible binding in three dimensions. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 112(6):2863-2869, 2000. GZippedPS , PDF

  109. Noam Agmon. Proton solvation and proton mobility. Israel Journal of Chemistry, 39(3/4):493-502, 1999. PS PDF

  110. Noam Agmon. Mechanism of hydroxide mobility. Chemical Physics Letters, 319(3-4):247-252, 2000. PDF

  111. Kyril M. Solntsev, Dan Huppert, Noam Agmon and Laren M. Tolbert. Photochemistry of "super" photoacids. 2. Excited-state proton transfer in methanol/water mixtures. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 104(19):4658-4669, 2000. PDF

  112. Noam Agmon. Conformational cycle of a single working enzyme. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 104(32):7830-7834, 2000. PDF

  113. Boiko Cohen, Dan Huppert and Noam Agmon. Nonexponential Smoluchowski dynamics in fast acid-base reaction. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 122(40):9838-9839, 2000. PDF

  114. Kyril M. Solntsev, Dan Huppert and Noam Agmon. Experimental evidence for a kinetic transition in reversible reactions. Physical Review Letters, 86(15):3427-3430, 2001. GZippedPS , PDF

  115. Kyril M. Solntsev, Dan Huppert and Noam Agmon. Challenge in accurate measurement of fast reversible bimolecular reaction. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 105(24) :5868-5876, 2001. PDF

  116. Hyojoon Kim, Kook Joe Shin and Noam Agmon. Diffusion-influenced reversible geminate recombination in one dimension. II. Effect of a constant field. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 114(9):3905-3912, 2001. GZippedPS , PDF

  117. Noam Agmon, Wolfgang Rettig and Christian Groth. Electronic determinants of photoacidity in cyanonaphthols. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 124(6):1089-1096, 2002. PDF

  118. Alexander V. Popov and Noam Agmon. Three-dimensional simulation verifies theoretical asymptotics for reversible binding. Chemical Physics Letters, 340(1-2):151-156, 2001. PDF

  119. Boiko Cohen, Dan Huppert and Noam Agmon. Diffusion-limited acid-base nonexponential dynamics. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 105(30):7165-7173, 2001. PDF

  120. Alexander V. Popov and Noam Agmon. Three-dimensional simulations of reversible bimolecular reactions: The simple target problem. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 115(19) :8921-8932, 2001. GZippedPS , PDF

  121. Noam Agmon. The dynamics of preferential solvation. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 106(32) :7256-7260, 2002. PDF

  122. Alexander V. Popov and Noam Agmon. Three-dimensional simulations of reversible bimolecular reactions. II. The excited-state target problem with different lifetimes. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 117(9) :4376-4385, 2002. PDF

  123. Alexander V. Popov and Noam Agmon. Transition into non-monotonic approach to equilibrium in geminate exchange reaction. Chemical Physics Letters, 371(3-4) :462-468, 2003. PDF

  124. Alexander V. Popov and Noam Agmon. Exact solution for the geminate ABCD reaction. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 117(12) :5770-5779, 2002. PDF

  125. Alexander V. Popov and Noam Agmon. Three-dimensional simulations of reversible bimolecular reactions. III. The pseudo-unimolecular ABCD reaction. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 118(24) :11057-11065, 2003. PDF

  126. Noam Agmon and Alexander V. Popov. Accurate solution for the many-body ABCD Problem. Physica A, 330(1-2) :150-159, 2003. PDF

  127. Noam Agmon and Alexander V. Popov. Unified theory of reversible target reactions. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 119(13) :6680-6690, 2003. PDF

  128. Alexander V. Popov and Noam Agmon. Smoluchowski theory as the leading term of reversible geminate dissociation kinetics. Polish Journal of Chemistry, 77(11) :1659-1668, 2003.

  129. Vladimir I. Arkhipov and Noam Agmon. Relation between macroscopic and microscopic dielectric relaxation times in water dynamics. Israel Journal of Chemistry, 43(3/4) :363-371, 2003. PDF

  130. Alexander V. Popov, Noam Agmon, Irina V. Gopich and Attila Szabo. Influence of diffusion on the kinetics of excited-state association-dissociation reactions: Comparison of theory and simulation. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 120(13) :6111-6116, 2004. PDF

  131. Soohyung Park, Kook Joe Shin and Noam Agmon. Exact solution of the excited-state geminate A* + B = C* + D reaction with two different lifetimes and quenching. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 121(2) :868-876, 2004. PDF

  132. Noam Agmon. Coupling of protein relaxation to ligand binding and migration in myoglobin. Biophysical Journal, 87(3) :1537-1543, 2004. PDF

  133. Hadas Lapid, Noam Agmon, Matt K. Petersen and Gregory A. Voth. A bond-order analysis of the mechanism for hydrated proton mobility in liquid water. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 122 :014506, 2005. PDF

  134. Noam Agmon. Elementary steps in excited-state proton transfer. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 109 :13-35, 2005 (Feature article). PDF

  135. Noam Agmon. Proton pathways in green fluorescence protein. Biophysical Journal, 88 :2452-2461, 2005. PDF

  136. David Dantsker, Uri Samuni, Joel M. Friedman and Noam Agmon. A hierarchy of functionally important relaxations within myoglobin based on solvent effects, mutations and kinetic model. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta: Proteins and Proteomics, 1749 :234-251, 2005. PDF

  137. Soohyung Park, Kook Joe Shin, Alexander V. Popov and Noam Agmon. Diffusion-influenced excited-state reversible transfer reactions, A*+B=C*+D, with two different lifetimes: Theories and simulation. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 123 :034507, 2005. PDF

  138. Pavel Leiderman, Dan Huppert, and Noam Agmon. Transition in the temperature-dependence of GFP fluorescence: From proton wires to proton exit. Biophysical Journal, 90 :1009-1018, 2006. PDF

  139. Noam Agmon. Reduced parameter set determinable from geminate kinetics. Chemical Physics Letters, 417 :530-534, 2006. PDF

  140. Rinat Gepshtein, Dan Huppert and Noam Agmon. Deactivation mechanism of the green fluorescent chromophore. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 110 :4434-4442, 2006. PDF

  141. Omer Markovitch and Noam Agmon. Structure and energetics of the hydronium hydration shells. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 111 :2253-2256, 2007 (Letter). PDF Supplementary material: PDF

  142. Noam Agmon. Kinetics of switchable proton escape from a proton-wire within green fluorescence protein. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 111 :7870-7878, 2007. PDF

  143. Soohyung Park and Noam Agmon. Theory and simulation of diffusion-controlled Michaelis-Menten kinetics for a static enzyme in solution. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 112 :5977-5987, 2008. PDF

  144. Omer Markovitch and Noam Agmon. The distribution of acceptor and donor hydrogen-bonds in bulk liquid water. Molecular Physics , 106 :485-495, 2008. PDF; Supplementary material: PDF

  145. Omer Markovitch, Hanning Chen, Sergei Izvekov, Francesco Paesani, Gregory A. Voth and Noam Agmon. Special-pair dance and partner selection: Elementary steps in proton transport in liquid water. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 112 :9456-9466, 2008. PDF Supplementary material: PDF

  146. Soohyung Park and Noam Agmon. Concentration profiles near an activated enzyme. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 112 :12104-12114, 2008. PDF

  147. Omer Markovitch and Noam Agmon. Reversible geminate recombination of hydrogen-bonded water molecule pair. The Journal of Chemical Physics , 129 :084505 (1-13), 2008. PDF

  148. Soohyung Park and Noam Agmon. Multi-site reversible geminate reaction. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 130 :074507, 2009. PDF

  149. Ai Shinobu and Noam Agmon. Mapping proton-wires in proteins: Carbonic anhydrase and GFP chromophore biosynthesis. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 113 :72537266, 2009. PDF Supplementary material: ZIP

  150. M. Jocelyn Cox, Rutger L. A. Timmer, Huib J. Bakker, Soohyung Park and Noam Agmon. Distance-dependent proton transfer along water wires connecting acid-base pairs. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 113 :65996606, 2009. PDF Supplementary material: PDF

  151. Hanning Chen, Gregory A. Voth and Noam Agmon. Kinetics of proton migration in liquid water. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 114 :333-339, 2010. PDF

  152. Noam Agmon. Diffusion across proton collecting surfaces. Chemical Physics, 370 :232-237, 2010. PDF

  153. Noam Agmon (etymological appendix by Yigal Bloch). Materials and language: Pre-Semitic root structure change concomitant with transition to agriculture. Brill's Annual of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics (BAALL), 2 :23-79, 2010. PDF

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  154. Ai Shinobu, Gottfried J. Palm, Abraham J. Schierbeek and Noam Agmon. Visualizing proton antenna in a high resolution green fluorescent protein structure. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 132 :1109311102, 2010. PDF Supplementary material: PDF

  155. Noam Agmon. The residence time equation. Chemical Physics Letters, 497 :184-186, 2010. PDF

  156. Noam Agmon. Single molecule diffusion and the solution of the spherically symmetric residence time equation. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 115 :58385846, 2011. PDF

  157. Noam Agmon. The residence probability: Single molecule fluorescence correlation spectroscopy and reversible geminate recombination. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 13 :16548-16557, 2011. DOI:10.1039/C1CP20907H PDF

  158. Noam Agmon and Menachem Gutman. Bioenergetics: Proton fronts on membranes (News & Views article). Nature Chemistry, 3 :840-842, 2011. PDF

  159. Noam Agmon. Liquid water: From symmetry distortions to diffusive motion. Accounts of Chemical Research, 45 :63-73, 2012. DOI: 10.1021/ar200076s PDF Supplementary material: PDF

  160. Svetlana S. Khokhlova and Noam Agmon. Comparison of alternate approaches for reversible geminate recombination. Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society, 33 :1020-1028, 2012. PDF

  161. Waldemar Kulig and Noam Agmon. A `clusters-in-liquid' method for calculating infrared spectra identifies the proton transfer mode in acidic aqueous solution. Nature Chemistry, 5 :29-35, 2013. DOI: 10.1038/NCHEM.1503 PDF Supplementary material: PDF

  162. Svetlana S. Khokhlova and Noam Agmon. Green's function for reversible geminate reaction with volume reactivity. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 137 :184103, 2012. DOI: 10.1063/1.4764357 PDF

  163. Jianqing Xu, Takefumi Yamashita, Noam Agmon and Gregory A. Voth. On the origin of proton mobility suppression in aqueous solutions of amphiphiles. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 117: 15426-15435, 2013. DOI: 10.1021/jp4051726 PDF Supplementary material: PDF

  164. Noam Agmon and Yigal Bloch. Statistics of language morphology change: From biconsonantal hunters to triconsonantal farmers. PLoS ONE, 8: e83780, 2013. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0083780 PDF Supplementary material: ZIP

  165. Waldemar Kulig and Noam Agmon. Both Zundel and Eigen isomers contribute to the IR spectrum of the gas-phase H9O4+ cluster. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 118: 278-286, 2014. DOI: 10.1021/jp410446d PDF Supplementary material: PDF

  166. Waldemar Kulig and Noam Agmon. Deciphering the infrared spectrum of the protonated water pentamer and the hybrid Eigen-Zundel cation. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 16: 4933-4941, 2014. DOI:10.1039/C3CP54029D PDF Supplementary material: PDF

  167. Noam Agmon. Covalent radii from ionization energies of isoelectronic series. Chemical Physics Letters, 595-596: 214-219, 2014. DOI: 10.1016/j.cplett.2014.01.037 PDF

  168. Roman Shevchuk, Noam Agmon and Francesco Rao. Network analysis of proton transfer in liquid water. Journal of Chemical Physics, 140: 244502, 2014. DOI: 10.1063/1.4884455 PDF