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Editors: Sergei D. Varfolomeev, L. Krylova and Gennady E. Zaikov (N.M. Emanuel Inst. of Biochemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)
Book Description:
This volume is proceeding of International conference “Molecular and Nanoscale Systems for Energy Conversion”
The monograph is including information about:
• ENERGY POTEN ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF WASTES PRODUCED IN RUSSIA VIA BIOGAS AND MICROBIAL FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES,
• NEW PHOTOVOLTAIC COMPOSITE MATERIALS BASED ON FULLERENE AND PHTHALOCYANINE DERIVATIVES,
• -VOLTAIC EFFECT IN THE MOLECULAR COMPLEXES OF (DTDS)2 C60,
• PORPHYRIN DYADS WITH POTENTIAL USE IN SOLAR ENERGY CONVERSION,
• MOLECULAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS SIMULATING PHOTOSYNTHESIS, AS PERSPECTIVE SOLAR ENERGY CONVERTERS,
• SUPER-RAPID PROCESSES FROM HIGHER EXCITED SINGLET STATES OF TRYPTOPHAN. THE VIOLATION OF THE VAVILIOV LOW,
• BIOSENSOR APPROACH TO ASSESSMENT OF EFFICIENCY OF MEDIATORS FOR THEIR APPLICATION IN MICROBIAL BIOFUEL CELLS,
• THE QUANTUM-MECHANICAL MODEL SUPERFICIAL ATOMIC HYDROGENATION SINGLE-WALL CARBON NANOTUBE,
• HYBRID SILICA-ZIRCONIA FILMS LOADED WITH TITANIA NANOPARTICLES AND TITANIA-BASED NANOCONTINERS: NOVEL MATERIALS FOR THIN-FILM PHOTOCATALYSTS AND PHOTOCONTROLLABLE COATINGS,
• POWER CHARACTERISTICS OF MICROBIAL FUEL CELL BASED ON GLUCONOBACTER CELL SUSPENSION AND 2,6-DICHLOROPHENOLINDOPHENOL AS ELECTRON TRANSPORT MEDIATOR,
• PHOTODESTRUCTION OF CHLOROPHYLL IN NON-BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS,
• THE CURRENT-VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTIC OF CARBON NANOTUBES IN NON LINEAR MODEL,
• CHARACTERIZATION OF PHOTOCATALYTIC PROPERTIES OF MESOPOROUS TIO2 PREPARED USING TEMPLATING METHOD,
• HYDROGEN ATOM AS A RESULT OF DISSOCIATIVE ATTACHMENT OF LOW ENERGY ELECTRONS (BELOW IONIZATION OR ELECTRONIC EXCITATION THRESHOLDS) IN FROZEN AQUEOUS PHOSPHATE SOLUTIONS,
• PHOTORESPONSE OF COLLOIDAL QUANTUM DOTS – CONDUCTING SNO2 MATRIX COMPOSITE,
• HYBRID TITANIUM OXIDE – POLYMER NANOSTRUCTURED COMPOSITES FOR ENERGY CONVERSION DEVICES: STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES,
• ROLE OF GLU181 IN THE MECHANISM OF PROTONATED SCHIFF BASE LINKAGE STABILIZATION IN DARK-ADAPTED VISUAL PIGMENT RHODOPSIN: MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION,
• CREATING OF A LABORATORY MODEL STAND FOR DEVELOPMENT OF OIL BIODESTRUCTION SUPPRESSION METHODS IN INDUSTRIAL AND NATURAL STORAGES


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Table of Contents:
Contents:

1. ENERGY POTENTIAL OF ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF WASTES PRODUCED IN RUSSIA VIA BIOGAS AND MICROBIAL FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES;pp. 1-12
(Sergey Kalyuzhnyj)

2. NEW PHOTOVOLTAIC COMPOSITE MATERIALS BASED ON FULLERENE AND PHTHALOCYANINE DERIVATIVES;pp. 13-18
(S.L. Nikitenko, N.G. Spitsina, M.G. Kaplunov, A.A. Lobach, I.K. Yakushchenko, M.D. Breusova)

3. VOLTAIC EFFECT IN THE MOLECULAR COMPLEXES OF (DTDS)2 C60;pp. 19-23
(D.V. Lopatin, A.S. Lobach, N.G. Spitsina, E.S. Chirkin and E.B. Yagubskii)

4. PORPHYRIN DYADS WITH POTENTIAL USE IN SOLAR ENERGY CONVERSION;pp. 25-36
(Nadejda V. Konovalova, Elena V. Kirienko, Vadim B. Tusov, Vladimir Z. Paschenko)

5. MOLECULAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS SIMULATING PHOTOSYNTHESIS, AS PERSPECTIVE SOLAR ENERGY CONVERTERS;pp. 37-45
(Gennady G.Komissarov)

6. SUPER-RAPID PROCESSES FROM HIGHER EXCITED SINGLET STATES OF TRYPTOPHAN. THE VIOLATION OF THE VAVILIOV LOW;pp. 47-56
(Irina O. Osina, Sergey S. Ostakhov and Valery P. Kazakov)

7. BIOSENSOR APPROACH TO ASSESSMENT OF EFFICIENCY OF MEDIATORS FOR THEIR APPLICATION IN MICROBIAL BIOFUEL CELLS;pp. 57-68
(Sergey V. Alferov, Ekaterina U. Chigrinova, Liudmila G. Tomashevskaia, Elena E. Babkina, et al.)

8. THE QUANTUM-MECHANICAL MODEL OF SUPERFICIAL ATOMIC HYDROGENATION SINGLE-WALL CARBON NANOTUBE;pp. 69-73
(A.V. Pack, N.G. Lebedev)

9. HYBRID SILICA-ZIRCONIA FILMS LOADED WITH TITANIA NANOPARTICLES AND TITANIA-BASED NANOCONTAINERS: NOVEL MATERIALS FOR THIN-FILM PHOTOCATALYSTS AND PHOTOCONTROLLABLE COATINGS;PP.75-86
(Ekaterina V. Skorb, Dmitry G. Shchukin and Dmitry V. Sviridov)

10. POWER CHARACTERISTICS OF MICROBIAL FUEL CELL BASED ON GLUCONOBACTER CELL SUSPENSION AND 2,6-DICHLOROPHENOLINDOPHENOL AS ELECTRON TRANSPORT MEDIATOR;PP. 87-94
(Liudmila G. Tomashevskaia, Sergey V. Alferov, Aleksandr A. Tomashevskii and Anatoliy N. Reshetilov)

11. PHOTODESTRUCTION OF CHLOROPHYLL IN NON-BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS;PP. 95-99
(A.V. Lobanov, O.V. Nevrova, Yu.A. Vedeneeva, G.V. Golovina, G.G. Komissarov)

12. THE CURRENT-VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTIC OF CARBON NANOTUBES IN NON LINEAR MODEL;PP. 101-105
(N.N. Yanushkina, N.G. Lebedev)

13. CHARACTERIZATION OF PHOTOCATALYTIC PROPERTIES OF MESOPOROUS TIO2 PREPARED USING TEMPLATING METHOD;PP. 107-119
(Marianna V. Kharlamova and Irina V. Kolesnik)

14. HYDROGEN ATOM AS A RESULT OF DISSOCIATIVE ATTACHMENT OF LOW ENERGY ELECTRONS (BELOW IONIZATION OR ELECTRONIC EXCITATION THRESHOLDS) IN FROZEN AQUEOUS PHOSPHATE SOLUTIONS;PP. 121-131
(O. S. Nedelina, O. N. Brzhevskaya, E.N.Degtyarev)

15. PHOTORESPONSE OF COLLOIDAL QUANTUM DOTS – CONDUCTING SNO2 MATRIX COMPOSITE;PP. 133-138
(R.B.Vasiliev, D.N.Dirin, A.V.Babynina, S.G.Dorofeev, M.N.Rumyantseva and A.M.Gaskov)

16. HYBRID TITANIUM OXIDE – POLYMER NANOSTRUCTURED COMPOSITES FOR ENERGY CONVERSION DEVICES: STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES;PP. 139-155
(Sergey Zavyalov, Joop Schoonman, Alla Pivkina, Radmir Gaynutdinov and Konstantin Monogarov)

17. ROLE OF GLU181 IN THE MECHANISM OF PROTONATED SCHIFF BASE LINKAGE STABILIZATION IN DARK-ADAPTED VISUAL PIGMENT RHODOPSIN: MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION;PP. 157-170
(T. B. Feldman, K. T. Kholmurodov and M. A. Ostrovsky)

18. CREATING OF A LABORATORY MODEL STAND FOR DEVELOPMENT OF OIL BIODESTRUCTION SUPPRESSION METHODS IN INDUSTRIAL AND NATURAL STORAGES;PP. 171-180
(O.P. Kuznetsov, S.E. Misatyuk and А.S. Misatyuk)

Index

   Series:
      Nanotechnology Science and Technology
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008, 4th quarter
   Pages: 192 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-682-6
   Status: AV
  
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