electronic coupling

electronic coupling

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′kəp·liŋ]
(electronics)
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The next step will be to determine the electronic coupling design and poling process to calculate the resulting electro-optical activity of the Perkinamine (TM) Family of materials.
The signal is triggered as a result of an electronic coupling instead of a geometric change in the chromophore's structure as previously hypothesized.
Using the CHARMM molecular simulation computer program, the research team examined a 40 nanosecond period of electronic coupling of the proteins methylamine dehydrogenase and amicyanin from the bacterium Paracoccus denitrificans.
Lever, FCIC, York University, Toronto, ON, chemistry: 'Electrochemical Parameter Theory and Electronic Coupling in Binuclear Complexes; Towards Molecular Electronic Devices'.
10 Modelling solvent effects in photoinduced energy and electron transfers: the electronic coupling (C.
Shrink has done a considerable amount of work in the semiconductor nanocrystal realm, always running into the headwinds electronic coupling issues.
The team describes in the journal Science how substituting the insulating organic molecules with novel inorganic molecules dramatically increases the electronic coupling between nanocrystals.
2] sufficiently chang es the acceptor levels and electronic coupling efficiencies to produce cells with absorbed photon-to-current efficiencies approaching 40 %, constant across the visible spectrum.
The NoiseBuster headset is the only telephone headset on the market that features active noise reduction (ANR), which is the electronic coupling of a noise wave with its exact mirror image to cancel the noise.
Talapin's "electronic glue" solves the ligand problem by substituted insulating organic molecules with novel inorganic molecules and dramatically increases the electronic coupling between nanocrystals.

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