Shavkat Mamatkulov
Shavkat Mamatkulov
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Rational design of ion force fields based on thermodynamic solvation properties
D Horinek, SI Mamatkulov, RR Netz
The Journal of chemical physics 130 (12), 124507, 2009
Specific ion adsorption at the air/water interface: The role of hydrophobic solvation
D Horinek, A Herz, L Vrbka, F Sedlmeier, SI Mamatkulov, RR Netz
Chemical Physics Letters 479 (4-6), 173-183, 2009
Water at hydrophobic substrates: curvature, pressure, and temperature effects
SI Mamatkulov, PK Khabibullaev, RR Netz
Langmuir 20 (11), 4756-4763, 2004
Force fields for divalent cations based on single-ion and ion-pair properties
S Mamatkulov, M Fyta, RR Netz
The Journal of chemical physics 138 (2), 024505, 2013
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
Optimization of classical nonpolarizable force fields for OH and H3O+
DJ Bonthuis, SI Mamatkulov, RR Netz
The Journal of Chemical Physics 144 (10), 104503, 2016
Orientation‐induced adsorption of hydrated protons at the air–water interface
SI Mamatkulov, C Allolio, RR Netz, DJ Bonthuis
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 56 (50), 15846-15851, 2017
Water-separated ion pairs cause the slow dielectric mode of magnesium sulfate solutions
SI Mamatkulov, KF Rinne, R Buchner, RR Netz, DJ Bonthuis
The Journal of Chemical Physics 148 (22), 222812, 2018
Heteromolecular structures in aqueous solutions of dimethylformamide and tetrahydrofuran, according to molecular dynamics data
D Razzokov, OB Ismailova, SI Mamatkulov, OV Trunilina, AM Kokhkharov
Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A 88 (9), 1500-1506, 2014
Adsorption of polyelectrolyte onto ionic micelle of opposite charge
OB Ismailova, SI Mamatkulov, AA Saidov, PK Khabibullaev
Uzbekiston Fizika Zhurnali 5 (2-3), 128-131, 2003
Effect of Mutation and Disulfide Bond Formation on the Catalytic Site of Monomeric Cytoglobin: A Molecular Level Insight
J Razzokov, S Fazliev, M Yusupov, A Sharipov, Z Ruziev, S Mamatkulov
Plasma Medicine 11 (4), 2021
The mechanism of luminescence by laser light on aqueous solution surfactants
PK Khabibullaev, SI Mamatkulov, YV Pakharukov, AA Saidov
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 149 (1-3 …, 1999
Netz.“Rational design of ion force fields based on thermodynamic solvation properties.”
D Horinek, SI Mamatkulov, R Roland
The Journal of Chemical Physics 130, 124507, 0
Penetration of Chitosan into the Single Walled Armchair Carbon Nanotubes: Atomic Scale Insight
J Razzokov, P Marimuthu, K Saidov, O Ruzimuradov, S Mamatkulov
Crystals 11 (10), 1174, 2021
Catalytic activity of Ni, Co, Mo supported anodic aluminum oxide nanocomposites
A Xamidov, F Hoshimov, S Mamatkulov, K Butanov, M Yunusov, ...
Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis 15 (3), 845-852, 2020
The influence of pressure on the stability of clathrate hydrates of hydrogen and tetrahydrofuran
SI Mamatkulov, OB Ismailova, S Ashirmatov
Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A 85 (5), 760-766, 2011
Thermodynamic properties of tetrahydrofuran clathrate hydrates
SI Mamatkulov, OB Ismailova, AA Saidov, PK Khabibullaev
Doklady Physical Chemistry 430 (1), 5-9, 2010
The behavior of the isobaric heat capacity in the triethylamine-water binary system has been investigated experimentally by the adiabatic calorimetry method. The possible …
OB Ismailova, TK Akhmedov, KT Igamberdiev, SI Mamatkulov, AA Saidov, ...
Zhurnal, Vol 78 (5), 196-200, 2005
Simulation of the Polydisperse Structure Formation As a Result of Decomposition and Heat Relaxation in Stratifiable System
PK Khabibullaev, AA Saidov, YV Pakharukov, MS Butabaev, SO Tursunov, ...
Turkish Journal of Physics 21 (6), 776-779, 1997
Micellization as broadened phase transition of the first kind in aqueous solutions of surfactants
PK Khabibullaev, SI Mamatkulov, YV Pakharukov, AA Saidov
Physics-Doklady 40 (4), 172-174, 1995
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