Publications

publications


1. A. Ben-Naim, A new method of defining the activity functions of non-ideal gases and solutions, J. Chem. Ed., 39, 242-245 (1962).
2. A. Ben-Naim and S. Baer, Method of measuring solubilities of slightly soluble gases in liquids, Trans. Faraday Soc., 59, 2735-2738 (1963).
3. A. Ben-Naim and S. Baer, Solubility and thermodynamics of solution of argon in water + ethanol system, Trans. Faraday Soc., 60, 1736-1741 (1964).
4. A. Ben-Naim, Thermodynamics of solution of gases in aqueous solutions, Ph.D. Thesis, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel (1964).
5. A. Ben-Naim, Solubility of noble gases in water and the relation to the structure of water, Israel J. Chem., 2, 278-279 (1964).
6. A. Ben-Naim, On the difference between the thermodynamic behavior of argon in D2O and H2O, J. Chem. Phys., 42, 1512-1514 (1965).
7. A. Ben-Naim and G. Moran, Solubility and thermodynamics of solution of argon in water + p-dioxane system, Trans. Faraday Soc., 61, 821-825 (1965).
8. A. Ben-Naim, On the origin of the stabilization of the structure of water by nonelectrolytes, J. Phys. Chem., 69, 1922-1927 (1965).
9. A. Ben-Naim, Thermodynamics of aqueous solutions of noble gases, J. Phys. Chem., 69, 3240-3245 (1965).
10. A. Ben-Naim, Thermodynamics of aqueous solutions of noble gases Part II: Effect of non-electrolytes, J. Phys. Chem., 69, 3245-3250 (1965).
11. A. Ben-Naim and M. Egel-Thal, Thermodynamics of aqueous solutions of noble gases Part III: Effect of electrolytes, J. Phys. Chem., 69, 3250-3253 (1965).
12. Baer and A. A. Ben-Naim, On the second order rate equation (letter to the editor), J. Chem. Ed., 43, 680 (1966).
13. A. Ben-Naim, Solubility and thermodynamics of solution of argon in mixtures of H2O and D2O, J. Chem. Phys., 45, 1848-1849 (1966).
14. A. Ben-Naim, Structural shifts in water and their influence on the solubility of gases, J. Chem. Phys., 45, 2706-2707 (1966).
15. A. Ben-Naim, Thermodynamics of aqueous solutions of noble gases Part IV: Effect of tetraalkylammonium salts, J. Chem. Phys., 71, 1137-1138 (1967).
16. A. Ben-Naim and H.L. Friedman, On the application of the scaled particle theory to aqueous solutions of non-polar gases, J. Phys. Chem., 71, 448-449 (1967).
17. A. Ben-Naim, Solubility and thermodynamics of solutions of argon in watermethanol system, J. Phys. Chem., 71, 4002-4007 (1967).2
18. F.H. Stillinger, Jr., and A. A. Ben-Naim, Liquid vapor interface potential for water, J. Phys. Chem., 47, 4431-4437 (1967).
19. H.L. Friedman and A. Ben-Naim, Calculation of the effect of non-Brownian motion on some DC transport coefficients in solutions, J. Chem. Phys., 48, 120- 127 (1968).
20. A. Ben-Naim, Solubility and thermodynamics of solutions of argon in water ethylene-glycol system, J. Phys. Chem., 72, 2998-3001 (1968).
21. F. H. Stillinger, Jr., and A. Ben-Naim, Relation between local structure and thermodynamic properties in aqueous fluids, J. Phys. Chem., 73, 900-907 (1969).
22. A. Ben-Naim, Hole and particle distribution in water, J. Chem. Phys., 50, 404- 407 (1969).
23. R.A. Lovett and a. Ben-Naim, One dimensional model for aqueous solutions of inert gases, J. Chem. Phys., 7, 3108-3119 (1969)
24. A. Ben-Naim, Statistical Mechanical Theory of Liquid Water, Proceedings of a Symposium on “Structure and Physical-Chemical Properties of Water,” Florence, Italy (1969).
25. A. Ben-Naim, Application of an approximate Percus-Yevick equation for liquid water, J. Chem. Phys., 52, 5531-5541 (1970).
26. A. Ben-Naim, On the partial molar heat capacity of non-polar gases in aqueous solutions, Trans Faraday Soc., 66, 2749-2760 (1970).
27. A. Ben-Naim, Statistical mechanical study of hydrophobic interaction, Part I: Interaction between two identical non-polar solute particles, J. Chem. Phys., 54, 1387-1404 (1971).
  1. A. Ben-Naim, Statistical Mechanics of “water-like” particles in Two Dimensions, Part I:  Interaction between two identical non-polar solute particles, J. Chem. Phys., 54, 3682-2695 (1971).
  2. A. Ben-Naim, Statistical mechanical study of hydrophobic interaction,  Part II:
    Interaction among a set of M identical spherical and non-polar solute particles,
    J. Chem. Phys., 54, 3696-3711 (1971).
  3. A. Ben-Naim and F.H. Stillinger, Jr., Aspects of the statistical-mechanical
    theory of water, in: Water and Aqueous Solutions (R.A. Horne, ed.), chapter 8,
    pp. 295-330, Wiley Sons, New York (1972).
  4. A. Ben-Naim, Thermodynamics of dilute aqueous solutions of non-polar
    solutes, in: Water and Aqueous Solutions (R.A. Horne, ed.), Chapter 11, pp.
    425-467, Wiley Sons, New York (1972).
  5. A. Ben-Naim, Simulation of hydrophobic interaction in a two dimensional
    system, Chem. Phys. Letters, 11, 389-392 (1971).
  6. A. Ben-Naim, Can hydrogen bonds be formed by the addition of a solute to a
    hydrogen-bonded solvent? Chem. Phys. Letters, 13, 406-408 (1972).
  7. A. Ben-Naim, Mixture-model approach to the theory of classical fluids,  Part I,
    J. Chem. Phys., 56, 2865-2859 (1972).
  8. A. Ben-Naim, Mixture-model approach to the theory of classical fluids,  Part II:
    Application to liquid water, J.Chem. Phys., 57, 3605-3612 (1972).
  9. A. Ben-Naim, Statistical mechanical study of hydrophobic interaction,  Part III:
    Generalization and further applications, J. Chem. Phys., 57, 5257-5265 (1972).
  10. A. Ben-Naim, Statistical mechanical study of hydrophobic interaction,  Part IV:
    The behavior of the function Y(R) at short distances, J. Chem. Phys., 57, 5266-
    5269 (1972).
  11. A. Ben-Naim, Application of statistical mechanics in the study of liquid water,
    in: Water:  A Comprehensive Treatise, the Physics and Physical Chemistry of
    Water, (F. Franks, ed.), Vol. I, Chapter 11, Plenum Press, New York (1972).
  12. A. Ben-Naim, Molecular theories and models of water and dilute aqueous
    solutions in: Water:  A Comprehensive Treatise, the Physics and Physical
    Chemistry of Water, (F. Franks, ed., Vol. 11, Chapter II, Plenum Press, New
    York (1972).
  13. A. Ben-Naim, A mixture-model approach to the theory of classical fluids,  Part
    III:  Application to aqueous solutions of non-electrolytes, Statistical Physics, 7,
    3-30 (1973).

41.     A. Ben-Naim, Statistical mechanics of “water-like” particles in two dimensions, Part II:  One component system, Molecular Physics, 24, 705-721 (1972).
42.     A. Ben-Naim, Statistical mechanics of “water-like particles in two dimensions, Part III: Two component system, hydrophobic interactions, Molecular Physics,24, 723-733 (1972).
43.     A. Ben-Naim, J. Wilf and M. Yaacobi, Hydrophobic interaction in light and heavy water, J. Phys. Chem., 77, 95-102 (1973).
44.     M. Yaacobi and A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic interaction in water-ethanol system, J. Solution Chem., 2, 425-443 (1973).
45.     A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic interaction, in: Sveme Conseil International de chimie “Electrostatic Interactions and Structure of Water”, Solvey Conference, June (1972).
46.     A. Ben-Naim and M. Yaacobi, Effects of solutes on hydrophobic interaction, and its temperature dependence, J. Phys. Chem., 78, 170-175 (1974).
47.     M. Yaacobi and A. Ben-Naim, solvophobic interaction, J. Phys. Chem., 78, 175-178 (1974).
48.     A. Ben-Naim, Generalized molecular distribution functions, J. Chem. Phys., 59, 6535-6555 (1973).
49.     A. Ben-Naim, Recent developments in the molecular theory of liquid water, in:Water, as Liquid and Solvent, (W. Luck, ed.), pp. 93-114, Verlag Chemie, Germany (1974).
50.     A. Ben-Naim, Water and Aqueous Solutions, Introduction to a Molecular Theory, Plenum Press, New York (1974).
51.     A. Ben-Naim and M. Yaacobi, Hydrophobic interaction in water-dioxane system, J. Phys. Chem. 79, 1263-1267 (1975).
52.     A. Ben-Naim, Structure breaking and structure promoting processes in aqueous solutions, J. Phys. Chem.  79, 1268-1274 (1975).
53.     A. Ben-Naim, Aspect of molecular theories of water, a lecture in the 8th International Conference on the Properties of Water and Steam, Hyeres-Giens, France, pp. 911-917 (September 1974).
54.     A. Ben-Naim, Solubility, hydrophobic interaction and structural changes in the solvent, in: Chemistry and Physics of Aqueous Gas Solutions, (W. Adams. ed.), Electrochemical Society (1975).
55.     A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic interaction and structural changes in the solvent Biopolymers, 14, 1337-1355 (1975).
56.     A. Ben-Naim, Solute and solvent effects on chemical equilibrium, J.Chem. Phys., 63, 2064-2073 (1975).
57.     A. Ben-Naim, Molecular origin of ideal solutions and small deviations from ideality, in: Solution and Solubility, a volume in the Techniques of Chemistry, series (A. Weissberger and M.R.H. Dack, eds.), Vol. 8, pp. 29-103, Wiley
Interscience, New York (1975).
58.     A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic interaction, in: Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, L’eau et les Systemes Biologiques, pp. 215-221, Roscoff (June 1975).
59.     R. Tenne and A. Ben-Naim, Effect of tetraalkylammonium salts on the hydrophobic interaction, J. Phys. Chem., 80, 1120-1122 (1976).
60.     A. Ben-Naim and R. Tenne, Application of the scaled particle theory to the problem of  hydrophobic interaction, J. Chem. Phys., 67, 627-635 (1977)

61.     R. Tenne and A. Ben-Naim, Application of the scaled particle theory to the problem of hydrophobic interaction,  Part II: Mixtures of water and ethanol, J. Chem. Phys., 67, 4632-4635 (1977).
62.     A. Ben-Naim, Inversion of the Kirkwood-Buff theory of solutions:  Application to the water-ethanol system, J. Chem. Phys., 67, 4884-4890 (1977).
63.     A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic interaction, Phys. Chem. Liq., 7, 375-385 (1977).
64.     A. Ben-Naim, Statistical mechanics of aqueous fluids, in: Progress in Liquid Physics (C.A. Croxton, ed.) pp. 429-453, Wiley, New York (1978).
65.     A. Ben-Naim, Standard thermodynamics of transfer:  Uses and misuses, J. Phys. Chem., 82, 792-803 (1978).
66.     A. Ben-Naim, A simple model for demonstrating the relation between solubility, hydrophobic interaction and structural changes in the solvent, J.Phys. Chem., 82, 874-885 (1978).
67.     A. Ben-Naim, Temperature, pressure and solute effect on hydrophobic interactions, in: Energetics and Structure of Halophilic Microorganisms (S.R. Kaplan and M. Ginzburg, eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam (1978).
68.     A. Ben-Naim and J. Wilf, A direct measurement of  intramolecular hydrophobic interactions, J. Chem. Phys., 70, 771-777 (1979).
69.     Z. Elkoshi and A. Ben-Naim, A one-dimensional model for demonstration hydrophobic interaction, J. Chem. Phys., 70, 1552-1559 (1979).
70.     J. Wilf and A. Ben-Naim, Intramolecular hydrophobic interaction in light and heavy water, J. Chem. Phys.,70, 3079-3081 (1979).
71.     A. Ben-Naim and J. Wilf, Solubilities and hydrophobic interactions, in aqueous solutions of monoalkylbenzene molecules, J. Phys. Chem., 84, 583-586 (1980). 72.     J. Wilf and A. Ben-Naim, Intramolecular hydrophobic interactions in water- ethanol systems, J. Phys. Chem., 83, 33209-3213 (1979).
73.     A. Ben-Naim, A reply to Tanford’s comment on “Standard States in Thermodynamics of Transfer”, J. Phys. Chem., 83, 1083 (1979).
74.     A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic Interactions, Plenum Press, New York (1980).
75.     A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic interactions and structural changes in the solvent, Proceedings of the V International Symposium on Solute-Solute-Solvent Interactions, Florence, Italy, 1980, Inorg. Chem. Acta Letters, 40, 35 (1980).
76.     A. Ben-Naim and F.H. Stillinger, Critical micelle concentration and the size- distribution of surfactant aggregates, J. Phys. Chem., 84, 2872-2876 (1980).
77.     F.H. Stillinger and A. Ben-Naim, Statistical thermodynamics of micellar solutions, J. Chem. Phys., 74, 2510-2517 (1981).
78.     K. Birdi and A. Ben-Naim, Standard free energy of transfer of a solute from water into micelles, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 1, 77, 741-750 (1981).
79.     A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic interactions, an overview, in: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Solution Behavior of Surfactants, June 1980 in Potsdam, New York (E.J. Fendler and K.L. Mittal., eds.), Plenum Press, New York (1982).
80.     A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic interactions in biological systems, in:  Topics in Molecular Pharmacology (G.C.K. Roberts and A. Burgen, eds.), Elsevier North- Holland Biochemical Press, New York (1982).

81.     A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic interactions and their significance in biological systems, Proceedings of the VI-International Symposium on Solute-Solute- Solvent Interactions.  Osaka Japan (1982), in:  Ions and Molecules in Solutions (N. Tanaka, H. Ohtadi, and R. Tamamushi, eds.), pp. 383-396, Elsevier Science
Publishers, Amsterdam (1982).
82.     A. Ben-Naim, Computation of the micelle-size-distribution from experimental measurements, in:  Proceedings of the International Symposium on Surfactants in Solutions, Lund, Sweden (1982), (B. Lindman and K.L. Mittal, eds.) Plenum Press, New York (1982).
83.     A. Ben-Naim, The application of the Kirkwood-Buff theory to the problem of hydrophobic interaction, Faraday Symposium No. 17, Reading (1982).
84.     A. Ben-Naim and J. Wilf, Solubilization of paraffin gases in aqueous solutions of sodium octanoate, J. Solution Chem., 12, 671-683 (1983).
85.     A. Ben-Naim and J. Wilf, Solubility and thermodynamics of solution of argon in aqueous solutions of sodium octanoate and in sodium dodecyl-sulfate, J.Solution Chem., 12, 861-868 (1983).
86.     A. Ben-Naim and Y. Marcus, Solubility and thermodynamics of solution of xenon in liquid-n-alkanes, J. Chem. Phys., 80, 4438-4440 (1984).
87.     A. Ben-Naim and Y. Marcus, Solvation thermodynamics of non-ionic solutes, J  Chem. Phys., 81, 2016-2028 (1984).
88.     A. Ben-Naim, Solvation thermodynamics of completely dissociable solutes, J. Phys. Chem., 89, 3791-3798 (1985).
89.     A. Ben-Naim and R. Battino, Solubilization of methane, ethane, propane and n- butane in aqueous solutions of sodium dodecylsulfate, J. Solution Chem., 14, 1- 10 (1985).
90.     A. Ben-Naim, Solvation thermodynamics of water in aqueous solutions,  Part I: Theory and limiting effect.  J. Chem. Phys., 82, 4662-4667 (1985).
91.     A. Ben-Naim. Solvation thermodynamics of water in aqueous solutions, Part II: Water ethanol mixtures, J. Chem. Phys.,  82, 4668-4669 (1985).
92.     A. Ben-Naim, Solvation thermodynamics of water in aqueous solutions, Part III:  Ionic solutions, J. Chem. Phys., 82, 4670-4672 (1985).
93.     Y. Marcus and A. Ben-Naim, A study of the structure of water and its dependence on solutes based on the isotope effects on solvation thermodynamics in water,  J. Chem. Phys., 83, 4744-4759 (1985).
94.     A. Ben-Naim, Solvation thermodynamics of inert gas molecules in inert gas liquids, J. Phys. Chem., 89, 5738-5743 (1985).
95.     A. Ben-Naim, Solvation Thermodynamics, Plenum Press, NY (1987).
96.     A. Ben-Naim, On the role of water in molecular recognition and self-assembly,Proc. Indian Academy of Science, 98, 357-377 (1987).
97.     A. Ben-Naim, Is mixing a thermodynamic process?  Am. J. Phys., 55, 725-733 (1987).
98.     A. Ben-Naim, Mixing and assimilation in systems of interacting particles, Am. J. Phys., 55, 105-109 (1987).
99.     A. Ben-Naim, Theory of preferential solvation of nonelectrolytes, Cell Biophys., 12, 255-259 (1988).
100.   A. Ben-Naim, K.L. Ting and R.L. Jernigan, Solvation thermodynamics of proteins Part I.  Separation of the volume and surface interactions, Biopolymers, 28, 1309-1325.

101.   A. Ben-Naim, K.L. Ting and R.L. Jernigan, Solvation thermodynamics of proteins Part II, Correlations between functional groups, Biopolymers, 28, 1327-1337 (1989).
102.   A. Ben-Naim, K.L. Ting and R.L. Jernigan, Solvent effect on binding Thermodynamics, Biopolymers, 29, 901-919 (1990).
103.   A. Ben-Naim, Preferential solvation in two component systems. J. Phys. Chem., 93, 3809-3813 (1989).
104.   A. Ben-Naim, Solvent-induced interactions: Hydrophobic and hydrophilic Phenomena,  J. Chem. Phys., 90, 7412-7525 (1989).
105.   A. Ben-Naim, Solvent effects on protein association and protein folding, Biopolymers, 29, 567-596. (1990)
106.   Mihaly Mezei and A. Ben-Naim, Calculation of the potential of mean force between water molecules in fixed relative orientation in liquid water, J. Chem.Phys.,  92, 1359-61 (1990).
107.   A. Ben-Naim, Solvent induced forces in protein folding, J. Phys. Chem., 94, 6893-6895 (1990).
108.   A. Ben-Naim, On the role of hydrogen-bonds in protein folding and protein association,  J. Phys. Chem., 95, 1473-1444 (1990).
109.   A. Ben-Naim, Inversion of the Kirkwood-Buff Theory of solutions and its applications in Advances in Thermodynamics Volume 2, Eds. A.G. Mansoori and E. Malleoli, Taylor and Francis, New York, 211-227 (1990).
110.   A. Ben-Naim, Preferential solvation in two, and in three-component systems, Pure and Applied Chemistry, 62, 25-34 (1990).
111.   A. Ben-Naim, Strong forces between Hydrophilic Macromolecules; Implications in Biological Systems.  J. Chem. Phys.,  93, 8196-8210 (1991)
112.   A. Ben-Naim, Statistical Thermodynamics for Chemists and Biochemists, Plenum Press, New York (1992).
113.   A. Ben-Naim, Effects on Protein Folding and Protein-Protein Association, Proc. International Workshop on Water-Biomolecule Interactions, Palmero, Italy (1992).
114.   A. Ben-Naim, Solvent Effects on Protein Stability and Protein Association, in: Protein-Solvent Interactions.  Chapter 9. 387-420, Editor, R.B. Gregory, Marcel Dekker Inc. New York (1995).
115.   A. Ben-Naim, Solvation Thermodynamics of Biomolecules, in Water and Biological Macromolecules, in: Topics in Molecular and Structural Biology ed. E. Westhof, Vol. 17, 430-459 (1993).
116.   A. Ben-Naim and R. Mazo, Size Dependence of the Solvation Free Energies of Large Solutes, J. Phys. Chem., 97, 10829-834 (1993).
117.   J.Wilf and A. Ben-Naim, A Direct Measure of Hydrophilic Interaction. J. Phys.Chem., 98, 8594-95 (1994).
118.   A. Ben-Naim, Solvation:  From small to macromolecules, in Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 4, 264-268 (1994).
119.   S. Durell, B.R. Brooks, and  A. Ben-Naim, Solvent Induced Forces Between Two Hydrophilic Groups, J. Phys. Chem., 98, 2198-2202 (1994).
120.   A. Ben-Naim, Solvation of Large Molecules; Some Exact Results on the Dependence on Volume and Surface Area of the Solute, Biophysical Chemistry, 51, 203-216 (1994).

121.   A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic-Hydrophilic Forces in Protein Folding, in Structureand Reactivity in Aqueous Solutions, edited by C.J. Cramer and D.G. Truhlar, ACS Symposium Series 568, 371-380 (1994).
122.   Hongwu Wang and  A. Ben-Naim, Solvation and Solubility of Globular Proteins, J. Phys. Chem. B, 101, 1077-1086 (1997)
123.   Hongwu Wang and A. Ben-Naim, A Possible Involvement of Solvent Induced Interactions in Drug Design, J. Medical Chemistry, 39, 1531-1539 (1996).
124.   Bohbot and  A. Ben-Naim, A simple Equilibrium Model for Allosteric Regulatory Enzymes, J. Phys. Chem., 99, 15544-48 (1995).
125.   A. Ben-Naim, Cooperativity in Small Molecular Systems: Symmetric Dicarboxylic Acids.  Research Trends.  Current Topics in Solution Chemistry 2, 95-123 (1997).
126.   A. Ben-Naim and R. Mazo, Size Dependence of the Solvation Gibbs Energies; A critique of some recent publication,  J. Phys. Chem., B 101, 11221-225 (1997).
127.   A Ben-Naim and R.A. Lovett,  The Solvation Free Energy of a Hard Sphere Solute in a Square-Well Solvent as a Function of Solute Size. J. Phys. Chem., B101, 10535-541 (1997).
128.   A. Ben-Naim, Statistical Potentials Extracted from Protein Structures:  Are these Meaningful Potentials? J. Chem. Phys., 107, 3698-3706 (1997).
129.   A. Ben-Naim, Coooperativity in Binding of  Proteins to DNA. J. Chem. Phys.,107, 10242-52 (1997).
130.   A. Ben-Naim, Solvation and Solubility of  Globular Proteins, Pure and Applied Chem., 69, 2239-43 (1997).
131.   A. Ben-Naim, Spurious Cooperativity in Alkylated Succinic Acids. J. Chem.Phys., 108, 3630-3647 (1998).
132.   A. Ben-Naim, Cooperativity in Binding of Proteins to DNA, Part II: Binding of Bacteriophage l-Repressor to the Left and to the Right Operators, J. Chem.Phys.,  108, 6937-6946 (1998).
133.   A. Ben-Naim, A Measure of the Average Cooperativity of a Binding System,J. Chem. Phys., 109, 7443-7449 (1998).
134.   A. Ben-Naim, Cooperativity and Regulation in Biochemical Systems, Kluwer/Plenum Publ. New-York  2001.
135.   A. Ben-Naim, Water a unique liquid (unpublished)
136.   A. Ben-Naim, Utility Function and Cooperativity in Binding Systems,  J. Chem Phys., 114, 10212-10224 (2001).
137.   A. Ben-Naim, On the Evolution of the Concept of Solvation Thermodynamics,J. Solution Chemistry, 30, 475-489 (2001)
138.   A. Ben-Naim, Molecular Recognition-Viewed Through the Eyes of the Solvent,Biophysical Chemistry, 101-102, 309-319, 2002
139.   A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophobic-Hydrophilic Phenomena in Biochemical Systems,Biophysical Chemistry, 105, 183-193, 2003.
140.   Predota Milan, A. Ben-Naim and Ivo Nezbeda , On the Independence of the Solvation of Interaction Sites of a Water Molecule, J. Chem. Phys., 118, 6446- 6454, 2003.

141.   A. Ben-Naim,  Molecular Theory of Solutions, Oxford University Press  (2006).
142.   A. Ben-Naim, Entopy of Mixing and Entropy of Assimilation, an Information- Theoretical  Prospective, Amer. J. of Physics, 74,1126-1135, (2006).
143.   A. Ben-Naim, Local and Non-Local Correlations in Liquids and in Liquid- Mixtures, Chemical Physics, 331, 283-288, ( 2007)
144.   A. Ben-Naim,  Hydrophilic Interactions in Protein-protein association, J.Chem. Phys., 125, 024901,1-10), 2006,
145.   A. Ben-Naim,  A critique of Some Recent Suggestions for Correcting the Kirkwood-Buff Integrals, J. Phys.Chem.B, 111, 2896-292,( 2007)
146.   A. Ben-Naim, Reply to comment by Matteoli and Lepori, J. Phys. Chem. B, 111, 3072  (2007)
147.   A. Ben-Naim, Entropy-Demystified, The Second Law Reduced to Plain Common Sense, World Scientific, Singapore 2007.
148.   A. Ben-Naim, A Farewell to Entropy, Statistical Thermodynamics Based on nformation, World Scientific, Singapore (2008).
149.   A. Ben-Naim, On the So-Called Gibbs Paradox, and on the Real Paradox, Entropy, Vol- 9,132-136 (2007).
150    A. Ben-Naim, One Dimensional Model of Water and Aqueous Solutions, Part I: Pure liquid Water, J. Chem.Phys., 128, 024505(2008)
151    A. Ben-Naim, One Dimensional model of Water and Aqueous Solutions, Part II: Solvation of Simple Solutes, J. Chem.Phys., 128,  022406  (2008).
152.   A. Ben-Naim, Local and Global Properties of Mixtures in One-Dimensional Systems, Part I: Mixtures of Two simple Components, J. Chem. Phys., 128, 084510(2008)
153.  A. Ben-Naim, Comment on “The Kirkwood-Buff Theory of Solutions and the Local Composition in Liquid Mixtures”, J. Phys. Chem.B, 112, 5874(2008).
154.   A. Ben-Naim, A. M Navarro and J. M. Leal, Phys. Chem.Chem. Phys., 10,    2451-2460 (2008).
155.  A. Ben-Naim, One Dimensional model of Water and Aqueous Solutions, Part III: Solvation of Hard Rods in aqueous Mixtures, J. Chem. Phys.,   128,164507(2008).
156.   A. Ben-Naim and R. Mountain, Pair correlation Functions in Mixtures of Lennard-Jones particles, J. Chem. Phys., (2008).
157.   A. Ben-Naim, An Information-Theoretical View of the Second Law of Thermodynamics. J. Chem. Education, 86,99-105,(2009).
158.  A. Ben-Naim, Kirkwood-Buff integrals for one component liquids, J. Chem. Phys.,128, 23401 (2008).       
159. A. Ben-Naim, One Dimensional model of Water and Aqueous Solutions, Part IV: A study of “hydrophobic Interactions” J. Chem. Phys., 129,104506 (2008).
160.  A. Ben-Naim and V.K Shen, Pair Correlation functions in two-component system, J. Chem. Phys.,129,194514-6 (2008).
161    A. Ben-Naim,   Molecular Theory of Water and Aqueous Solutions: Understanding Water,  World Scientific (2009).
162.   A. Ben-Naim, and Andres Santos, Local and Global Properties of Mixtures in One-Dimensional Systems, Part II: Exact results for the Kirkwood-Buff Integrals, J.Chem. Phys., 131, 164512 (2009).
163.   Alexander Lyubartsev and Arieh Ben-Naim, One Dimensional model of Water and Aqueous Solutions, Part V: Monte Carlo Simulations of Hard Rod in Water-Like Solutions,  J.Chem. Phys., 131,204507 (2009).
164.   A. Ben-Naim, Discover Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics, World Scientific, Singapore (2010).

165.   A. Ben-Naim and Roberta Ben-Naim, Alice’s Adventures in Water-land, World
Scientific Singapore,(2011)
166.   A. Ben-Naim, Molecular Theory of Water and Aqueous Solutions, Part II,
The role of Water in Protein Folding, Self assembly and Molecular        Recognition, World Scientific (2011).
167.   A. Ben-Naim, Entropy, Order or Information J. Chem, education Vol. 88,,pp 594-596 (2011)
168.   A. Ben-Naim, Pitfalls in Anfinsen's Thermodynamic Hypothesis, Chemical Physics Letters, 511, 126 -128 (2011)
169.   A. Ben-Naim, Some Aspects of Protein Folding Examined in One Dimensional
          Model, J. Chem. Phys. 135,085104 -15 (2011)
170. A. Ben-naim, Entropy and the Second Law, Interpretation and Miss-  Interpretationsss, World Scientific, Singapore (2012)
171. A ben-Naim, Some No Longer Unknown of Science, Open Journal of Biophysics. 2, 9-11(2012)
172.  The Rise and Fall of the Hydrophobic Effect in Protein Folding and Protein-Protein Association, and Molecular Recognition. Open Journal of Biophysics.1, pp 1-7 (2011)
173.  A. Ben-Naim, Levinthal's Paradox Revisited and Dismissed , Open Journal of Biophysics,2,23-32,  (2012),
174.  A. Ben-Naim,  Levinthal's Question Revisited, and Answered, Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics 30,114-.124, (2012),
175.  A. Ben-Naim,Shannon's Measure of Information and the Thermodynamic Entropy, in: Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy Methods in Science and Engineering,  AIP Conf. Proc. 1443, 129-142 (2012)
176.  A. Ben-Naim and Roberta Ben-Naim, Alice's Adventures in Molecular Biology.
World Scientific, Singapore, (2013)
177. A. Ben-Naim, The Protein Folding Problem and its Solutions, World Scientific (2013)
178. A. Ben-Naim, Global and Local Properties of Mixtures: An Extended Paradigm for the study of Mixtures, A Chapter in a book:  Fluctuation Theory of Solutions, edited by P. Smith, E Matteoli and J.P.O’Connell, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis, New York (2013).
179.  A. Ben-Naim, Water’s Contribution in Providing Strong Solvent-Induced Forces in Protein Folding. A Chapter in a book edited by P. Ball and E. Ben Jacob, Eur. Phys. A Special Topics,1-20, (2013).

180. A. Ben-Naim, Theory of Cold Denaturation of Proteins, Advances in Biological Chemistry, 3, 29-39 2013)
181.  A. Ben-Naim,  Responses to Comments on  Levinthal's Question Revisited, and Answered, Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics,30,113-124 (2012),
182. A. Ben-Naim, Theoretical Aspects of Pressure and Solute Denaturation of Proteins, A Kirkwood-Buff Approach J. Chem. Phys. 137,  235102-8 (2012)
183.  A. Ben-Naim, Inversion of the Hydrophobic/Hydrophilic Paradigm Demystifies the Protein Folding and Self-Assembly of Problems. International Journal of Physics, Vol. 1, No. 3, 66-71(2013)
184.  A. Ben-Naim,  Theoretical aspects of self-assembly of proteins: A Kirkwood-Buff-theory approach. J. Chem.Phys. 138,224906,1-8. (2013)
185.  A. Ben-Naim,   Myths and verities in protein folding theories  Part I: Anfinsen hypothesis and the search for the absolute minimum in the Gibbs energy landscape, Journal of Advances in Chemistry
Vol 3, No. 2, 197-204 (2013).
186.  A. Ben-Naim,  The Kirkwood Superposition Approximation, Revisited and reexamined,  Journal of Advances in Chemistry, Vol 1, No. 1, 27-35 (2013).
187.  A. Ben-Naim, Hydrophilic interactions; their Origin, their Magnitude and their Relevance to Protein Folding, Journal of Advances in Chemistry, Vol 3, No.2, 161-173 (2013).
188. A. Ben-Naim,  Solvent-Induced Forces in Protein Folding. Reflections on the Protein Fording Problem, Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science, Vol 18,502-509( 2013).
189.  A. Ben-Naim, Myths and Verities in Protein Folding Theories  Part II: From Kauzmann’s conjecture to the dominance of the hydrophobic effect, Journal of Advances in Chemistry Vol 3, No. 2, 205-212 (2013).
190.    A. Ben-Naim, Myths and Verities in protein folding theories.          From frank and Evans iceberg-conjecture to explanation of the hydrophobic effect. J Chem. Phys. 139, 165105(2013).
191.   A. Ben-Naim, Discover Probability; How to Use it, How to Avoid Misusing it and How it Affects Every Aspect of Your Life, World Scientific, Singapore (Book,2014).
192.     A. Ben-Naim,  Statistical Thermodynamics, with Applications to Life Sciences, World Scientific, Singapore (Book , 2014)
193.   A. Ben-Naim, Comment on a Paper: “Ben-Naim’s ‘Pitfalls’: Don Quixote’s Windmill”, by Y. Fang, Open Journal of Biophysics,Vol 3, 13-21(2013)
194.  A. Ben-Naim,  Information, Entropy, Life and the Universe. What we know and what we do not know, World Scientific, Singapore (2015)
195.   A. Ben-Naim,  Myths and Verities in Protein Folding Theories,
World Scientific, Singapore (2015).