Sökning: "Charge transfer state"
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16. Molecular machinery of a membrane-bound proton pump : Studies of charge transfer reactions in cytochrome c oxidase
Sammanfattning : In cellular respiration, electron transfer from the breakdown of foodstuff is coupled to the formation of an electrochemical proton gradient. This is accomplished through proton translocation by respiratory complexes, and the proton gradient is subsequently used e.g. to drive ATP production. LÄS MER
17. Synthesis of Biomimetic Systems for Proton and Electron Transfer Reactions in the Ground and Excited State
Sammanfattning : A detailed understanding of natural photosynthesis provides inspiration for the development of sustainable and renewable energy sources, i.e. a technology that is capable of converting solar energy directly into chemical fuels. This concept is called artificial photosynthesis. LÄS MER
18. Compounds with Non-Buttressed Metal-Metal Bond between Platinum and Thallium. Model Systems for Photoinduced Two-Electron-Transfer
Sammanfattning : A new family of oligonuclear cyano compounds incorporatingtransition (Pt) and main group (Tl) metals bound with anon-buttressed Pt-Tl bond was synthesised in aqueous solution.The metal-metal linkage is formed in the reaction betweenplatinum and thallium in their stable oxidation forms, Pt(II)and Tl(III), orvice versa: Pt(IV) and Tl(I). LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The solid-state mesoscopic solar cells (sMSCs) have been developed as a promising alternative technology to the conventional photovoltaics. However, the device performance suffers from the low hole-mobilities and the incomplete pore filling of the hole transport materials (HTMs) into the mesoporous electrodes. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Emerging solar energy conversion and energy storage technologies play a vital role in solving the present energy crisis and achieving carbon net zero. Currently, they are limited by the use of inefficient, unstable and expensive charge transport materials. LÄS MER