Tag Archives: electron transfer

Layer-dependent fast electron transfer at the Zn-phthalocyanine-few-layer graphene interface: theory explains

AoS. Layer-Dependent Fast Electron Transfer at the Zn-phthalocyanine-few-layer graphene Interface

The photo-induced effective interfacial charge separation in Zn phthalocyanine/few-layer graphene heterojunctions has been a promising observation for fabrication of efficient energy-conversion devices. Few-layer graphene are two-dimensional (2D) systems composed of one-atom-thick honeycomb layers of sp2 -hybridized carbon

Subjectivity and molecular brain topology

It has become increasingly recognized that something essential is missing in the traditional interpretation of brain signals if this builds solely on the computer-metaphor (‘the brain as a computer’). In the frame of so-called ‘neural field models’

Quantum breaking of ergodicity in adiabatic electron transfer

The problem of ergodic vs. non-ergodic behavior alludes, generally speaking, to the following question: Can we deduce from a collective behavior of a large ensemble of noninteracting identical entities statistical properties of single individual objects entering this

Perpendicular-plane configuration to prevent backward electron transfer

In organic chemistry, the outcomes of thermal and photochemical reactions are different. Reactions that do not proceed even at 200 °C proceed photochemically below room temperature, e.g., photosynthesis, the conversion of light (solar) energy to chemical energy

Electricity generation from microbial fuel cells

In an important step towards the development of “wastewater power plant” and “bacterial batteries”, a new study published in the journal of “Bioresource Technology” developed a facile strategy to improve the power output of microbial fuel cells