Molecular Electronics and Molecular Electronic Devices, Volume 2
Molecular Electronics and Molecular Electronic Devices is a book that provides a comprehensive review of current problems and information regarding aspects of molecular electronics and molecular electronic devices. Experimental and theoretical aspects of molecular electronics and molecular electronic devices are reviewed by distinguished researchers working in chemistry, physics, computer science, and various areas of biology. These books will be an excellent reference for physicists, chemists, electronics engineers and researchers interested in molecular electronics and molecular electronic devices.
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PROTEINS FOR MOLECULAR MONOELECTRONICS
Proteins of ElectronTransfer Chains
Electron Transfer in Proteins
Photosynthetic Reaction Center
Formation of Protein Complexes
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Molecular Electronics and Molecular Electronic Devices, Volume 1
Limited preview - 1993
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