A POLYSACCHARIDE BIOPROTONIC FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTOR PDF

Here we report the first demonstration of a biopolymer protonic field-effect transistor with proton-transparent PdH(x) contacts. In maleic-chitosan nanofibres, the. ARTICLE Received 13 Apr | Accepted 22 Aug | Published 20 Sep DOI: /ncomms A polysaccharide bioprotonic field-effect. Prof. Rolandi is presenting a talk “Complementary Polysaccharide Bioprotonic Field Effect Transistors” at the Symposium UU of Spring MRS!.

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Citations Publications citing this paper. After dialysis and freeze drying, maleic—chitosan was prepared in a DI water solution. Device physics of solution-processed organic field-effect transistors. Theory of hydrogen-bonded chains in bioenergetics. A small contact barrier neglected in our trznsistor may cause charge accumulation or depletion at the maleic—chitosan PdHx interface.

A polysaccharide bioprotonic field-effect transistor.

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This procedure eliminates any salt and thus potential salt effects on the conductivity. Klas TybrandtKarin LarssonA.

When a bias is applied between the contacts, the current increases with relative humidity and polysaccharide hydration level Fig. A facile bottom-up route to self-assembled biogenic chitin nanofibers. Field-wffect Search for additional papers on this topic. A proton-injecting technique for the measurement of hydration-dependent protonic conductivity. We also estimate Ids as a function of Vds for different Vgs Fig.

A polysaccharide bioprotonic field-effect transistor ARTICLE Chao Zhong , Yingxin Deng

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For device with PdHx contacts shown in Figure 1. Maleic—chitosan nanofibres were prepared following previously published procedures This paper has 42 citations. Find this article at Save current location: Measurements were performed with a semiconductor parameter analyser Agilent C. In maleic-chitosan nanofibres, the flow of polysaccharude current is turned on or off by an electrostatic potential applied to a gate electrode.

A polysaccharide bioprotonic field-effect transistor ARTICLE Chao Zhong , Yingxin Deng

Home Citegeist Everyone’s Library. Skip to search form Skip to main content. Bioelectronic silicon nanowire devices using functional membrane proteins. Acta Biomaterialia 6, — Here we report the first demonstration of a biopolymer protonic field-effect transistor with proton-transparent PdH x contacts. We replaced the properties of fielv-effect with those of the channel material. This represents a step towards bionanoprotonics.

This paper has been referenced on Twitter 15 times over the past 90 days. Showing of 27 extracted citations. Nanomaterials for neural interfaces. This suggests that highly efficient proton wires are formed in the material.

CiteULike uses cookies, some of which may already have been set. Toward complementary ionic circuits: Transistors Polysaccharides Silicic Acid. Integration of cell membranes and nanotube transistors. However, these require microscopic liquid reservoirs, and current control at physiological concentration is limited to difficult-to-fabricate nanometer channels These opportunities include biomedical applications where protonic currents are important such as the in-vivo study and stimulation of proton selective ion-channels.