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Controlled growth of aligned -helical-polypeptide brushes for tunable electrical conductivity
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2011-03-30
2014-09-01

Abstract

Polypeptide based molecular diode with high rectification ratio ( at ±0.422 V) is formed by controlling molecular order and orientation. A film of tethered poly(-benzyl-L-glutamate) (PBLG) with high degree of molecular orientation was formed by solvent pair (good/bad) treatment. I-V characterization of the well aligned polypeptides showed that the rectification ratio of PBLG was sufficiently large for potential diode and transistor applications.

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Scitation: Controlled growth of aligned α-helical-polypeptide brushes for tunable electrical conductivity
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