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Bi Steric Mass Action¶
Group /input/model/unit_XXX/adsorption – ADSORPTION_MODEL = BI_STERIC_MASS_ACTION
IS_KINETIC
Selects kinetic or quasi-stationary adsorption mode: 1 = kinetic, 0 = quasi-stationary. If a single value is given, the mode is set for all bound states. Otherwise, the adsorption mode is set for each bound state separately.
Type: int |
Range: {0,1} |
Length: 1/NTOTALBND |
BISMA_KA
Adsorption rate constants in state-major ordering
Unit: \(m_{MP}^{3}~m_{SP}^{-3}~s^{-1}\)
Type: double |
Range: \(\ge 0\) |
Length: NSTATES \(\cdot\) NCOMP |
BISMA_KD
Desorption rate constants in state-major ordering
Unit: \(s^{-1}\)
Type: double |
Range: \(\ge 0\) |
Length: NSTATES \(\cdot\) NCOMP |
BISMA_NU
Characteristic charges \(\nu_{i,j}\) of the \(i\)th protein with respect to the \(j\)th binding site type in state-major ordering
Unit: \(s^{-1}\)
Type: double |
Range: \(\ge 0\) |
Length: NSTATES \(\cdot\) NCOMP |
BISMA_SIGMA
Steric factors \(\sigma_{i,j}\) of the \(i\)th protein with respect to the \(j\)th binding site type in state-major ordering
Unit: \(s^{-1}\)
Type: double |
Range: \(\ge 0\) |
Length: NSTATES \(\cdot\) NCOMP |
BISMA_LAMBDA
Stationary phase capacity (monovalent salt counterions) of the different binding site types \(\lambda_j\)
Unit: \(mol~m_{SP}^{-3}\)
Type: double |
Range: \(\ge 0\) |
Length: NSTATES |
BISMA_REFC0
Reference liquid phase concentration for each binding site type or one value for all types (optional, defaults to \(1.0\))
Unit: \(mol~m_{MP}^{-3}\)
Type: double |
Range: \(\gt 0\) |
Length: {1,NSTATES} |
BISMA_REFQ
Reference solid phase concentration for each binding site type or one value for all types (optional, defaults to \(1.0\))
Unit: \(mol~m_{SP}^{-3}\)
Type: double |
Range: \(\gt 0\) |
Length: {1,NSTATES} |