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Titolo: Engineering of chemical complexity [[electronic resource] /] / editors, Alexander S. Mikhailov, Gerhard Ertl Visualizza cluster
Pubblicazione: Singapore ; ; Hackensack, NJ, : World Scientific, c2013
Descrizione fisica: 1 online resource (413 p.)
Disciplina: 658.00952
Soggetto topico: Chemistry - Mathematics
Chaotic behavior in systems
Soggetto genere / forma: Electronic books.
Altri autori: MikhailovA. S <1950-> (Alexander S.)  
ErtlG (Gerhard)  
Note generali: Description based upon print version of record.
Nota di bibliografia: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Nota di contenuto: CONTENTS; Preface; PART I INTRODUCTION; 1. Analysis, Design and Control of Complex Chemical Systems Alexander S. Mikhailov and Gerhard Ertl; 1. Introduction; 2. A Brief Historical Overview; 3. Recent Developments and Open Perspectives; References; PART II SINGLE MOLECULES, NANOSCALE PHENOMENA AND ACTIVE PARTICLES; 2. Imaging and Manipulation of Single Molecules by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Leonhard Grill; 1. Introduction; 2. Imaging and Spectroscopy of Single Molecules; 2.1. Imaging single molecules; 2.2. Chemical identification by spectroscopy; 2.3. Imaging of diffusion processes
3. Manipulation of Single Molecules3.1. Manipulation without bias voltage; 3.2. Electron-induced manipulation; 3.3. Electric-field induced manipulation; 3.4. Lateral manipulation: Hopping vs rolling; 3.5. Vertical manipulation: Pulling single molecules from a surface; Acknowledgments; References; 3. Self-Organization at the Nanoscale in Far-From- Equilibrium Surface Reactions and Copolymerizations Pierre Gaspard; 1. Introduction; 2. Fundamental Aspects of Nonequilibrium Nanosystems; 2.1. Structure and function of nanosystems; 2.2. Out-of-equilibrium directionality of fluctuating currents
2.3. Thermodynamic origins of dynamical order3. Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions in High Electric Fields; 3.1. Surface conditions in FEM and FIM; 3.2. Adsorption-desorption kinetics; 3.3. Surface oxides of rhodium; 3.4. The H2-O2/Rh system; 3.4.1. Kinetic equations; 3.4.2. Bistability; 3.4.3. Oscillations; 3.5. Self-organization at the nanoscale; 4. Copolymerization processes; 4.1. Information processing at the molecular scale; 4.2. Thermodynamics of free copolymerization; 4.3. Thermodynamics of copolymerization with a template; 4.4. The case of DNA replication
5. Conclusions and PerspectivesAcknowledgments; References; 4. Single Molecule and Collective Dynamics of Motor Protein Coupled with Mechano-Sensitive Chemical Reaction Mitsuhiro Iwaki, Lorenzo Marcucci, Yuichi Togashi and Toshio Yanagida; 1. What is a Motor Protein?; 2. Measurement of Myosin at the Single Molecule Level; 3. Mechanosensitivity of ATP Hydrolysis during the Unidirectional Motion of Dimeric Myosin; 3.1. Mechanosensitive detachment of myosin-V from actin; 3.2. Mechanosensitive attachment of myosin-VI to actin
4. Modeling and Simulating Mechanochemical Coupling and Motor Protein Motion4.1. Molecular dynamics simulations; 4.2. Coarse-grained models and dynamics; 4.3. Quantum mechanics for chemical processes; 5. Modeling and Simulations of the Collective Behaviour of Motor Proteins; 5.1. Huxley's 1957 model; 5.2. Huxley and Simmons' 1971 model; 5.3. Diffusional model; References; 5. Nanomotors Propelled by Chemical Reactions Raymond Kapral; 1. Introduction; 2. Propulsion by Phoretic Mechanisms; 3. Microscopic and Mesoscopic Dynamics of Nanomotors; 4. Sphere Dimer Motors; Motor efficiency
Motor dynamics in chemically active media
Sommario/riassunto: This review volume, co-edited by Nobel laureate G Ertl, provides a broad overview on current studies in the understanding of design and control of complex chemical systems of various origins, on scales ranging from single molecules and nano-phenomena to macroscopic chemical reactors. Self-organizational behavior and the emergence of coherent collective dynamics in reaction-diffusion systems, reactive soft matter and chemical networks are covered. Special attention is paid to the applications in molecular cell biology and to the problems of biological evolution, synthetic biology and design of
Titolo autorizzato: Engineering of chemical complexity  Visualizza cluster
ISBN: 1-283-97146-1
Formato: Materiale a stampa
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Lingua di pubblicazione: Inglese
Record Nr.: 9910464000503321
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Serie: World Scientific Lecture Notes in Complex Systems