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Investigation of conformationally switchable biomolecular ligands at aqueous metallic interfaces.

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posted on 2016-11-01, 00:00 authored by K Drew
An atomistic understanding was garnered through large scale molecular simulations, for the adsorption and interaction of reconfigurable hybrid biomolecule components at different aqueous metallic interfaces. This would allow for the development of future hybrid biomolecular ligands that could be used to synthesise novel and tuneable materials with unique electromagnetic properties.

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xvii, 335 pages : figures, tables, some coloured.

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  • Yes

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thesis

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thesis

Language

eng

Degree type

Research doctorate

Degree name

PhD.

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The Author. All Rights Reserved

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T Walsh

Faculty

GTP Research

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Institute for Frontier Materials