Chemistry of the Cell Interface by Harry Darrow Brown

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POSSIBLE W A T E R STRUCTURES NEAR BIOLOGICAL INTERFACES 1. Stabilizing Effect of an Interface Before proceeding, attention is called to the fact t h a t , although in the p a s t the existence of ordered water structure at interfaces has often been doubted, it is certainly i m p o r t a n t to recognize t h a t there is no lack of available " s t r u c t u r e d " species of water which can be invoked for such vicinal stabilization. T h u s , we have mentioned (and will discuss in more detail below) t h e ice polymorphs and t h e clathrate h y d r a t e s (both t h e simple and the mixed clathrate h y d r a t e s ) .

For an interesting example of exceedingly a b r u p t t e m p e r a t u r e effects in biological systems, see, for instance, Section V , E where some neurophysiological responses to t e m p e r a t u r e are briefly out­ lined ; see also the examples of electric potential responses of marine algae as described by D r o s t - H a n s e n and T h o r h a u g (1967) and the studies of T h o r h a u g quoted by D r o s t - H a n s e n (1969c). 10. Review by Tait and Franks F o r a general survey and introduction to the problems of water in bio­ logical systems, see the article by T a i t and F r a n k s (1971).

POSSIBLE W A T E R STRUCTURES NEAR BIOLOGICAL INTERFACES 1. Stabilizing Effect of an Interface Before proceeding, attention is called to the fact t h a t , although in the p a s t the existence of ordered water structure at interfaces has often been doubted, it is certainly i m p o r t a n t to recognize t h a t there is no lack of available " s t r u c t u r e d " species of water which can be invoked for such vicinal stabilization. T h u s , we have mentioned (and will discuss in more detail below) t h e ice polymorphs and t h e clathrate h y d r a t e s (both t h e simple and the mixed clathrate h y d r a t e s ) .

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