Fundamental Studies of Long- and Short-Range Electron Exchange Mechanisms between Electrodes and Proteins

@inproceedings{Waldeck2011FundamentalSO,
  title={Fundamental Studies of Long- and Short-Range Electron Exchange Mechanisms between Electrodes and Proteins},
  author={David H Waldeck and Dimitri E. Khoshtariya},
  year={2011}
}
  • David H Waldeck, Dimitri E. Khoshtariya
  • Published 2011
  • Chemistry
  • Electron transfer1-7 by thermally activated hopping through localized centers is a common motif that occurs over a broad spectrum of matter such as non-conducting crystalline solids, amorphous glasses, fluidic/viscous liquids, and biomolecules. This basic kinetic motif is an essential element for a broad variety of vital biological and technological processes.8-10 New directions in electrochemistry, a discipline which has contributed greatly to developing the theoretical underpinnings of charge… CONTINUE READING

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