Cellular and Biomolecular Recognition: Synthetic and by Raz Jelinek

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Combining the self-assembly of M13 phages on polyelectrolyte multilayers [112] and the nanowire synthesis, 2D ordered monolayers of Co3O4 or Au–Co3O4 nanowires were produced, which were utilized as electrodes for lithium-ion batteries [16]. 19 C, demonstrating the capability for a high cycling rate. These results show that basic biological principles can be applied to the rational design and assembly of nanoscale battery components, leading to improved performance in properties such as specific capacity and rate capability.

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They have four unique advantages compared to most synthetic particles: (1) (2) (3) (4) The 3D structures can be characterized at the atomic or near-atomic level. Potential of controlled self-assembly in a broad length scale. Genetic control over the composition and surface properties. Monodispersed particles and economic large-scale production in gram and kilogram quantities. Therefore, by embracing surface modification to further enhance their physical properties and retaining the biological origins for genetic alterations, rodlike viruses will have great potential in the development of new materials for biomedical and electronic applications.

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