Understanding the electronic properties inherent to peptides is crucial for controlling charge transfer, and precursory to the design and fabrication of bio-inspired next generation electronic components.
However, to achieve this objective one must first be able to predict and control the associated charge transfer mechanisms.
Here CNBP researchers demonstrate for the first time a controllable mechanistic transition in peptides resulting directly from the introduction of a side-bridge.
Journal: RSC Advances.
Publication title: A controllable mechanistic transition of charge transfer in helical peptides: from hopping to superexchange.
Authors: Jingxian Yu (pictured), John R. Horsley and Andrew D. Abell.
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