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Bio-inspired riboflavin derivatives for organic electronics and biomimetic energy storage

KRAJČOVIČ, J. RICHTÁR, J. KOVALENKO, A. WEITER, M.

Original Title

Bio-inspired riboflavin derivatives for organic electronics and biomimetic energy storage

English Title

Bio-inspired riboflavin derivatives for organic electronics and biomimetic energy storage

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Biologically inspired molecular engineering is a promising way towards environmentally responsible, cheap, non-toxic and efficient materials for organic electronics and energy storage. As an example, flavines are one of most structurally and functionally versatile redox centers in nature, which act as catalyzers in a wide range of biotransformations and electron-transfer reactions. Present work demonstrates the implementation of riboflavin inspired derivatives in organic electronics applications; such as semiconducting materials and bio-inspired redox centers for biomimetic energy storage.

English abstract

Biologically inspired molecular engineering is a promising way towards environmentally responsible, cheap, non-toxic and efficient materials for organic electronics and energy storage. As an example, flavines are one of most structurally and functionally versatile redox centers in nature, which act as catalyzers in a wide range of biotransformations and electron-transfer reactions. Present work demonstrates the implementation of riboflavin inspired derivatives in organic electronics applications; such as semiconducting materials and bio-inspired redox centers for biomimetic energy storage.

Keywords

bio-inspired materials, bio-organic electronic, flavines, energy storage

Released

10.03.2017

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT141138,
  author="Jozef {Krajčovič} and Jan {Richtár} and Alexander {Kovalenko} and Martin {Weiter}",
  title="Bio-inspired riboflavin derivatives for organic electronics and biomimetic energy storage",
  annote="Biologically inspired molecular engineering is a promising way towards environmentally responsible, cheap, non-toxic and efficient materials for organic electronics and energy storage. As an example, flavines are one of most structurally and functionally versatile redox centers in nature, which act as catalyzers in a wide range of biotransformations and electron-transfer reactions. Present work demonstrates the implementation of riboflavin inspired derivatives in organic electronics applications; such as semiconducting materials and bio-inspired redox centers for biomimetic energy storage.",
  booktitle="4th International Winterschool on Bioelectronics, Kirchberg in Tirol, Austria",
  chapter="141138",
  year="2017",
  month="march",
  type="abstract"
}