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Artificial tongues and leaves

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Published in Pure and applied chemistry. 2008, vol. 80, no. 8, p. 1873-1882
Abstract The objective with synthetic multifunctional nanoarchitecture is to create large suprastructures with interesting functions. For this purpose, lipid bilayer membranes or conducting surfaces have been used as platforms and rigid-rod molecules as shape-persistent scaffolds. Examples for functions obtained by this approach include pores that can act as multicomponent sensors in complex matrices or rigid-rod π-stack architecture for artificial photosynthesis and photovoltaics.
Keywords Lipid bilayerNanoarchitecturePhotosynthesisPhotovoltaicsScaffoldsSensors
Note CHEM-BIO-TECH-2007, a joint meeting of the IUPAC 1st Symposium on Chemical Biotechnology (ISCB-1) and the 8th Symposium on Bioorganic Chemistry (ISBOC-8). - Turin (Italy). - 8–11 August 2007
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BANERJI, Natalie Renuka et al. Artificial tongues and leaves. In: Pure and applied chemistry, 2008, vol. 80, n° 8, p. 1873-1882. doi: 10.1351/pac200880081873 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:8008

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