Most Cited Papers




Cumulative citation number for papers averaging >7 citations/annum.
Updated from the Citation Index on Sept. 1999, Jan. 2001, Jan. 2002, Jan. 2003, Jan. 2004, Jan. 2005, Jan. 2006, Jan. 2007, Jan. 2008, Jan 2009, Jan 2010, Jan. 2011, Jan 2012, Jan 2013, Jan 2014, Jan 2015, Jan 2016.
  1. Noam Agmon and John J. Hopfield. Transient kinetics of chemical reactions with bounded diffusion perpendicular to the reaction coordinate: Intramolecular processes with slow conformational changes. Journal of Chemical Physics, 78:6947-6959, 1983. PDF Erratum, ibid. 80:592 (1984). PDF
    197 citations (99), 208 (01), 218 (02), 229 (03), 241 (04), 251 (05), 262 (06), 272 (07), 278 (08), 287 (09), 294 (10), 301 (11), 309 (12), 311 (13), 320 (14), 328 (15), 332 (16)
  2. Noam Agmon and John J. Hopfield. CO binding to heme proteins: A model for barrier height distributions and slow conformational changes. Journal of Chemical Physics, 79:2042-2053, 1983. PDF
    218 citations (99), 237 (01), 249 (02), 260 (03), 268 (04), 277 (05), 292 (06), 300 (07), 308 (08), 313 (09), 322 (10), 330 (11), 339 (12), 342 (13), 347 (14), 353 (15), 357 (16)
  3. Ehud Pines, Dan Huppert, and Noam Agmon. Geminate recombination in excited-state proton transfer reactions: Numerical solution of the Debye-Smoluchowski equation with back-reaction boundary conditions. Journal of Chemical Physics, 88:5620-5630, 1988. PDF
    80 citations (99), 96 (01), 107 (02), 118 (03), 126 (04), 134 (05), 152 (06), 161 (07), 169 (08), 182 (09), 197 (10), 205 (11), 216 (12), 226 (13), 238 (14), 247 (15), 269 (16)
  4. Noam Agmon and Attila Szabo. Theory of reversible diffusion-influenced reactions. Journal of Chemical Physics, 92:5270-5284, 1990. PDF
    84 citations (99), 92 (01), 100 (02), 107 (03), 116 (04), 122 (05), 126 (06), 136 (07), 141 (08), 149 (09), 156 (10), 159 (11), 163 (12), 172 (13), 176 (14), 185 (15), 190 (16)
  5. Noam Agmon. The Grotthuss mechanism. Chemical Physics Letters, 244:456-462, 1995. PDF
    47 citations (99), 87 (01), 109 (02), 131 (03), 170 (04), 211 (05), 261 (06), 326 (07), 368 (08), 438 (09), 506 (10), 587 (11), 686 (12), 775 (13), 866 (14), 996 (15), 1116 (16)
  6. Evgenii B. Krissinel' and Noam Agmon. Spherical symmetric diffusion problem. Journal of Computational Chemistry, 17:1085-1098, 1996.
    54 citations (03), 63 (04), 75 (05), 85 (06), 91 (07), 99 (08), 111 (09), 118 (10), 124 (11), 133 (12), 142 (13), 147 (14), 155 (15), 164 (16)
  7. Noam Agmon. Tetrahedral displacement: The molecular mechanism behind the Debye relaxation in water. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 100(3):1072-1080, 1996. PDF Erratum 101(21):4352, 1997. PDF
    50 citations (03), 57 (04), 74 (05), 84 (06), 91 (07), 95 (08), 102 (09), 115 (10), 121 (11), 126 (12), 129 (13), 132 (14), 137 (15), 146 (16)
  8. Noam Agmon. Elementary steps in excited-state proton transfer. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 109 :13-35, 2005 (Feature article). PDF
    12 citations (06), 37 (07), 61 (08), 95 (09), 126 (10), 148 (11), 175 (12), 198 (13), 227 (14), 254 (15), 292 (16)
  9. Hadas Lapid, Noam Agmon, Matt K. Petersen and Gregory A. Voth. A bond-order analysis of the mechanism for hydrated proton mobility in liquid water. Journal of Chemical Physics, 122 :014506, 2005. PDF
    19 citations (07), 31 (08), 51 (09), 65 (10), 81 (11), 102 (12), 113 (13), 121 (14), 134 (15), 144 (16)
  10. Omer Markovitch and Noam Agmon. Structure and energetics of the hydronium hydration shells. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 111 :2253-2256, 2007. PDF
    13 citations (09), 25 (10), 40 (11), 52 (12), 66 (13), 79 (14), 88 (15), 96 (16)
  11. Omer Markovitch, Hanning Chen, Sergei Izvekov, Francesco Paesani, Gregory A. Voth and Noam Agmon. Special-pair dance and partner selection: Elementary steps in proton transport in liquid water. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 112 :9456-9466, 2008. PDF
    14 citations (10), 36 (11), 62 (12), 81 (13), 104 (14), 134 (15), 152 (16)
  12. Waldemar Kulig and Noam Agmon. A 'clusters-in-liquid' method for calculating infrared spectra identifies the proton-transfer mode in acidic aqueous solutions. Nature Chemistry, 5 :29-35, 2013. PDF
    15 citations (15), 27 (16)