By G. Cuniberti, E. Maciá, A. Rodríguez, R. A. Römer (auth.), Prof. Dr. Tapash Chakraborty (eds.)
Charge migration via DNA has been the point of interest of substantial curiosity in recent times. A deeper knowing of the character of cost move and shipping alongside the double helix is necessary in fields as different as physics, chemistry and nanotechnology. It has additionally vital implications in biology, particularly in DNA harm and service. This booklet provides contributions from a global group of researchers lively during this box. It includes a wide variety of issues that comes with the mathematical historical past of the quantum techniques concerned, the function of cost move in DNA radiation harm, a brand new method of DNA sequencing, DNA photonics, etc. This e-book can be of worth to researchers in condensed subject physics, chemical physics, actual chemistry, and nanoscale sciences.
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