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The free energy functional theory of protein folding presents a framework to explain the effects of heterogeneity in the folding mechanism. These heterogeneity effects introduce changes in the folding free energy barriers that govern the rates for 2-state folding proteins. Here in this thesis, we focused on checking the validity of the predictions of free energy functional theory by using the data from simulations of Cα , Gō proteins and from experiments. Our results show that folding ratesdoi:10.14288/1.0085149 fatcat:zyue32kpyzfvtdfjfx4ddhd5ey