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אשר שמידט

אשר שמידט

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בתר דוקטורט: Wolfson Postdoctoral Fellow, Washington University at St. Louis, 1989-1993

דוקטורט: Weizmann Institute of Science, 1989

A. Akiva-Tal, S. Kababya, Y.S. Balazs, L. Glazer, A. Berman, A. Sagi, and A. Schmidt. In situ molecular NMR picture of bioavailable calcium stabilized as amorphous CaCO3 biomineral in crayfish gastroliths. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 108 14763–14768, 2011.

N. Yaacobi-Gross, M. Soreni-Harari, M. Zimin, S. Kababya, A. Schmidt and N. Tessler. Molecular control of quantum-dot internal electric field and its application to CdSe-based solar cells. Nature Materials 10:974-979, 2011.

I. Ben-Shir, S. Kababya, I. Katz, B. Pokroy and A. Schmidt. Exposed and Buried Biomineral Interfaces in the Aragonitic Shell of Perna Canaliculus Revealed by Solid State NMR.
Chemistry of Materials, 25:4595−4602, 2013

I. Ben-Shir, S. Kababya, and A. Schmidt. The molecular details of amorphous silica surfaces determine its binding specificity to small amino acids. J. Phys. Chem. C, 118: 7901−7909, 2014.

S. Kababya, A. Gal, K. Kahil, S. Weiner, L. Addadi and A. Schmidt. Phosphate-Water Interplay tunes amorphous calcium carbonate metastability: Spontaneous phase separation and crystallization vs. stabilization viewed by Solid State NMR. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 137, 990-998, 2015.

J. Sundaresan, S. Kababya, A. Schmidt and S. Vega. Deuterium MAS NMR and local molecular dynamic model to study adsorption-desorption kinetics of a dipeptide at the inner surfaces of SBA-15. J. Phys. Chem. C, 120, 2797−2806, 2016.

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