By Ole Hammerich, J. Ulstrup
Interfacial electrochemistry of redox metalloproteins and DNA-based molecules is shortly relocating in the direction of new degrees of structural and sensible answer. this is often the results of strong interdisciplinary efforts. Underlying basics of organic electron and proton move is more and more good understood even supposing with amazing unresolved concerns. entire bioelectrochemical stories have mapped the operating environments for bioelectrochemical electron move, supported by way of the supply of mutant proteins and different robust biotechnology. advent of floor spectroscopy, the scanning probe microscopies, and different strong country and floor physics method has eventually provided interesting new primary and technological openings in interfacial bioelectrochemistry of either redox proteins and DNA-based molecules.
Inorganic Bioelectrochemistry presents an intensive and didactic evaluate of cutting-edge bioelectrochemistry with clients for impending improvement. The ebook is prepared in 8 chapters written via prime overseas specialists and covers the most important appropriate themes akin to electron and proton move in metalloprotein platforms, electrochemistry and electrocatalysis of redox enzymes, and electrochemistry of DNA-based molecules.
A good selection of readers will locate this quantity of serious curiosity. those contain ultimate 12 months undergraduate and postgraduate scholars, collage teachers in inorganic and actual chemistry in addition to the biochemical and organic sciences, and examine employees in scientific and biotechnological businesses, catalysis learn, and different industries.
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Bioinorganic electrochemistry by Ole Hammerich, J. Ulstrup