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Synthesis and study of Riboflavin-inspired novel conjugated bio-organic semiconductors

Originální název

Synthesis and study of Riboflavin-inspired novel conjugated bio-organic semiconductors

Anglický název

Synthesis and study of Riboflavin-inspired novel conjugated bio-organic semiconductors

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Biologically inspired molecular engineering is a promising way towards green, cheap, bio-compatible, non-toxic and versatile materials for future bio-organic semiconductor science and technology. In addition, ability to tune molecular structure allows improving stability and performance of the original material. Flavines are known to be extremely versatile, thus enabling the path to the innumerous modification in order to obtain the desired properties

Anglický abstrakt

Biologically inspired molecular engineering is a promising way towards green, cheap, bio-compatible, non-toxic and versatile materials for future bio-organic semiconductor science and technology. In addition, ability to tune molecular structure allows improving stability and performance of the original material. Flavines are known to be extremely versatile, thus enabling the path to the innumerous modification in order to obtain the desired properties

BibTex


@misc{BUT149579,
  author="Jozef {Krajčovič} and Jan {Richtár} and Martin {Weiter} and Alexander {Kovalenko}",
  title="Synthesis and study of Riboflavin-inspired novel conjugated bio-organic semiconductors",
  annote="Biologically inspired molecular engineering is a promising way towards green, cheap, bio-compatible, non-toxic and versatile materials for future bio-organic semiconductor science and technology. In addition, ability to tune molecular structure allows improving stability and performance of the original material. Flavines are known to be extremely versatile, thus enabling the path to the innumerous modification in order to obtain the desired properties",
  booktitle="5th International Winterschool on Bioelectronics, BioEL 2018, March 10th - March 17th 2018, Kirchberg in Tirol, Austria",
  chapter="149579",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2018",
  month="march",
  type="abstract"
}