Advances in Quantum Chemistry
Theory of the Interaction of Radiation with Biomolecules
- John Sabin, Quantum Theory Project, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA
Quantum chemists, physical chemists, physicists
- Published: December 2006
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-034852-7
Table of ContentsTheoretical studies of the interaction of radiation with biomolecules (J.R. Sabin).
Free-radical-induced DNA damage as approached by quantum-mechanical and Monte Carlo calculations: an overview from the standpoint of an experimentalist(C. von Sonntag).
Energy deposition models at the molecular level in biological systems (A. Munoz).
DFT Treatment of Radiation Produced Radicals in DNA Model Systems (Xifeng Li, M.D. Sevilla).
Computational Studies of Radicals Relevant to Nucleic Acid Damage (F. Tureček).
Radical cations of the nucleic bases and radiation damage to DNA: ab initio study (E. Cauët, J. Liévin).
Charge exchange and fragmentation in slow collisions of He2+ with water molecules (N. Stolterfoht et al.).
How Very Low-energy (0.1-2 eV) Electrons Cause DNA Strand Breaks (J. Simons).
Electron-driven molecular processes induced in biological systems by electromagnetic and other ionizing sources (I. Baccarelli et al.).
Electron Attachment to DNA Base Complexes (A.F. Jalbout, L. Adamowicz).
Accelerating multiple scattering of electrons emitted by ion impact: Contribution to molecular fragmentation and radiation damages (B. Sulik, K. Tokési).
Total Electron Stopping Powers and CSDA- Ranges from 20 eV to 10 MeV electron energies for components of DNA and RNA (A. Akar et al.).
The Influence of Stopping Powers upon Dosimetry for Radiation Therapy with energetic Ions (H. Paul et al.).