By Andrzej Lewenstam, Lo Gorton, Andrzej Wieckowski
The first e-book to provdie a entire examine bioenergetics, the strength circulate in dwelling platforms, via studying ion exchange and electron move procedures in organic membranes and synthetic bio-films, and the way these processes contribute to constructing sleek biosensor and ion-sensor expertise, in addition to biofuel cells.
- Discusses the ion fluxes and electron move procedures in organic membranes and synthetic bio-films
- Provides an in-depth description of the strategies on the interface among the membrane/film and substrate electrode
- Is the 1st of its type to supply a accomplished examine how those approaches are understood in biology of residing cells
- Addresses how these processes contribute to constructing glossy biosensor and ion-sensor expertise, in addition to biofuel cells
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