Electronic Structure and Transport in Biological Inorganic Hybrid Materials
R.R. Pandey, N. Bruque and R.K. Lake
University of California, Riverside, US
inorganic/organic, interfaces, electronic structure studies, ab initio
Chemical and biological hybrid organic-inorganic nanotechnology holds the promise to provide new capabilities for manufacturing functional nanosystems for a wide range of applications in engineering and biotechnology. We report fundamental studies used to model bio/inorganic interfaces, heterostructures, and processes using ab initio calculations.
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