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||Walter A, Gutknecht J. Permeability of small nonelectrolytes through lipid bilayer membranes. J Membr Biol. 1986 90(3):207-17. p.211 table 1PubMed ID3735402
||Wolosin, J.M., Ginsburg, H. 1975. The permeation of organic acids through lecithin bilayers: Resemblance to diffusion in polymers, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 389 :20-33PubMed ID237547
||"Diffusion of small nonelectrolytes through planar lipid bilayer membranes (egg phosphatidylcholine-decane) was examined by correlating [least square regression analysis] the permeability coefficients of 22 solutes with their partition coefficients between water and four organic solvents."
||"If solute permeability through a lipid bilayer is governed
by the same forces that determine its partitioning
into nonaqueous solvents, then pm and Kp
should correlate. Figure 2 shows the relationships
between membrane permeability and partition coefficients
into (a) hexadecane, (b) olive oil, (c) octanol,
and (d) ether. The exact values of pm [membrane permeability] and Kp [partition coefficient]
are given in Table 1."