Nadine Schwierz
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Reversed anionic Hofmeister series: the interplay of surface charge and surface polarity
N Schwierz, D Horinek, RR Netz
Langmuir 26 (10), 7370-7379, 2010
Anionic and cationic Hofmeister effects on hydrophobic and hydrophilic surfaces
N Schwierz, D Horinek, RR Netz
Langmuir 29 (8), 2602-2614, 2013
Reversed Hofmeister series—The rule rather than the exception
N Schwierz, D Horinek, U Sivan, RR Netz
Current opinion in colloid & interface science 23, 10-18, 2016
On the relationship between peptide adsorption resistance and surface contact angle: a combined experimental and simulation single-molecule study
N Schwierz, D Horinek, S Liese, T Pirzer, BN Balzer, T Hugel, RR Netz
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (48), 19628-19638, 2012
Specific ion binding to carboxylic surface groups and the pH dependence of the Hofmeister series
N Schwierz, D Horinek, RR Netz
Langmuir 31 (1), 215-225, 2015
Dynamics of Seeded Aβ40-Fibril Growth from Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations: Kinetic Trapping and Reduced Water Mobility in the Locking Step
N Schwierz, CV Frost, PL Geissler, M Zacharias
Journal of the American Chemical Society 138 (2), 527-539, 2016
Non-monotonic crossover from single-file to regular diffusion in micro-channels
U Siems, C Kreuter, A Erbe, N Schwierz, S Sengupta, P Leiderer, ...
Scientific reports 2, 1015, 2012
Parameterization of the woods-saxon potential for shell-model calculations
N Schwierz, I Wiedenhover, A Volya
arXiv preprint arXiv:0709.3525, 2007
Effective interaction between two ion-adsorbing plates: Hofmeister series and salting-in/salting-out phase diagrams from a global mean-field analysis
N Schwierz, RR Netz
Langmuir 28 (8), 3881-3886, 2012
From Aβ filament to fibril: Molecular mechanism of surface-activated secondary nucleation from all-atom MD simulations
N Schwierz, CV Frost, PL Geissler, M Zacharias
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 121 (4), 671-682, 2017
The Effect of Temperature on Single‐Polypeptide Adsorption
S Kienle, S Liese, N Schwierz, RR Netz, T Hugel
ChemPhysChem 13 (4), 982-989, 2012
Effects of confinement and external fields on structure and transport in colloidal dispersions in reduced dimensionality
D Wilms, S Deutschländer, U Siems, K Franzrahe, P Henseler, P Keim, ...
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 24 (46), 464119, 2012
Mechanism of nucleation and growth of Aβ40 fibrils from all-atom and coarse-grained simulations
S Sasmal, N Schwierz, T Head-Gordon
The journal of physical chemistry B 120 (47), 12088-12097, 2016
Attractive double-layer forces between neutral hydrophobic and neutral hydrophilic surfaces
ERA Lima, M Boström, N Schwierz, BE Sernelius, FW Tavares
Physical Review E 84 (6), 061903, 2011
Mechanism of Reversible Peptide–Bilayer Attachment: Combined Simulation and Experimental Single-Molecule Study
N Schwierz, S Krysiak, T Hugel, M Zacharias
Langmuir 32 (3), 810-821, 2016
Effects of boundaries on structure formation in low-dimensional colloid model systems near the liquid-solid-transition in equilibrium and in external fields and under shear
S Deutschländer, K Franzrahe, B Heinze, P Henseler, P Keim, N Schwierz, ...
The European Physical Journal Special Topics 222 (11), 2973-2993, 2013
Colloidal systems in three-dimensional microchannels: Lattice control via channel width and external force
N Schwierz, P Nielaba
Physical Review E 82 (3), 031401, 2010
Force fields for monovalent and divalent metal cations in TIP3P water based on thermodynamic and kinetic properties
S Mamatkulov, N Schwierz
The Journal of chemical physics 148 (7), 074504, 2018
Hydrogen and electric power generation from liquid microjets: Design principles for optimizing conversion efficiency
N Schwierz, RK Lam, Z Gamlieli, JJ Tills, A Leung, PL Geissler, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (27), 14513-14521, 2016
Ion-specificity: from solvation thermodynamics to molecular simulations and back
J Dzubiella, M Fyta, D Horinek, I Kalcher, RR Netz, N Schwierz
Specific Ion Effects, 231-265, 2010
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