ZENO   Efficient Method for Characterizing Object Shape and for Calculating Transport 

                                          Properties of Nanoparticles and Synthetic and Biological Macromolecule


             

 

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Principle Behind Calculation

Analytic Approximation

Summary of Important Properties

Dr. Marc L. Mansfield

(Stevens Institute of Technology)

Dr. Jack F. Douglas

(Polymer Division at NIST)

 

 

 

Protein Properties/Zeno:

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   contact: ekang1@stevens.edu

 

 

 

Acknowledgements: 

We thank CTCMS at NIST for funding support of this development 

 
 
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Program Zeno can perform four different computations on bodies:

Please, check the box which you would like to compute. 

ZENO computation

Computes the capacitance and polarizability of bodies by the "Zeno" algorithm, and then uses these to estimate transport properties.

INTERIOR computation: 

Computes the volume and radius of gyration of the interior -- by a Monte Carlo integration -- by generating a set of points through the interior.

SURFACE computation: 

Computes she surface area, the radius of gyration of the surface, and the Kirkwood-hydrodynamic radius (i.e., the hydrodynamic radius as evaluated by the Kirkwood double sum approximation) -- by Monte Carlo integration -- by generating surface points.

PROJECT-ONTO-A-LINE computation: 

Computes the Giddings length, LG, which is expected to be predictor of the elution volume in size exclusion chromatography and also computes the mean projection onto a plane

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Last updated:  8/04/06

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