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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : NHB / non-hydrogen-bonded

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Long Form:   non-hydrogen-bonded
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2018 Computational Kinetics of Hydroperoxybutylperoxy Isomerizations and Decompositions: A Study of the Effect of Hydrogen Bonding. HB
2016 Stereopositional Outcome in the Packing of Dissimilar Aromatics in Designed beta-Hairpins. ---
2015 Quantitative characterization of hydration state and destructuring effect of monosaccharides and disaccharides on water hydrogen bond network. HB
2014 Hydration and hydrogen bond network of water around hydrophobic surface investigated by terahertz spectroscopy. HB, THz
2012 Micellar electrokinetic chromatography with acid labile surfactant. ALS, ESI-MS, HBA, HBD, MEKC, RSD, SDS
2011 Conformational analysis and design of cross-strand disulfides in antiparallel beta-sheets. HB, LBP, LIVBP, MBP
2008 Characterization of the bond between hydrogen and the non-nuclear attractor in anionic water clusters. NNA
2007 The Hydrated Electron as a Pseudo-Atom in Cavity-Bound Water Clusters. NNAs
2006 Multidimensional infrared spectroscopy of water. II. Hydrogen bond switching dynamics. HB
10  2005 Glycine-based polymeric surfactants with varied polar head group: II. chemical selectivity in micellar electrokinetic chromatography using linear solvation energy relationships. HBA, HBD, LSERs, poly-SUCGs
11  2005 Protein stabilization by introduction of cross-strand disulfides. HB
12  2004 Polymeric sulfated surfactants with varied hydrocarbon tail: I. Synthesis, characterization, and application in micellar electrokinetic chromatography. CE, CMC, HBA, HBD, MEKC, poly-SAIS, SAIS
13  1995 Chemical selectivity in micellar electrokinetic chromatography: characterization of solute-micelle interactions for classification of surfactants. HBA, HBD, LiPFOS, LSER, MEKC, SC, SDS