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By Itamar Willner, Eugenii Katz

Drugs, chemistry, physics and engineering stand poised to learn in the following few years from the ingenuity of complicated organic buildings invented and perfected by way of nature over thousands of years.This ebook offers either researchers and engineers in addition to scholars of all of the normal sciences a vibrant perception into the realm of bioelectronics and nature's personal nanotechnological treasure chamber.

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11 Preliminary correlation of theoretical and experimental electron transfer rates in six Ru-modified azurins based on ‘‘double averaging’’ over ligand-field states and molecular geometries [13c] using an ab initio Hartree–Fock (protein fragment) approach. Backbone positions of histidine ligands in six azurins are shown in the upper left corner. 6 Interprotein Electron Transfer: Docking and Tunneling positions of the donor and acceptor redox potentials. The β-parameter is most likely to be tunable in the ‘‘near-resonance’’ regime.

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