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A delhi vasoszloptól a molekuláris építészetig


A delhi vasoszloptól a molekuláris építészetig

The lecture presents the development, progress and current state of nano-chemistry, the newest branch of chemistry. The road to nano-chemistry was opened by the mastery with which the chemical processes of biologic life were copied. Nano-chemistry led to the creation of molecular architecture, with the help of which the planned production of complex materials bearing the characteristics of living matter can be achieved. This is an important step, since although we have some knowledge about the molecules that make up biological matter and the structure of living organisms, there exists a knowledge gap between these two areas. This is the chemistry immediately preceding biology, the so-called pre-biotic chemistry, which can explain the chemical processes leading to biological phenomena. Self-organisation of matter has an important role in molecular architecture. Besides the above, the objectives of molecular architecture include the creation of molecular tools. It is hoped that the methods of molecular architecture leading from the small to the large sizes, will be of use in the planning and construction of molecular tools (molecular circuits, sensors, machines) or molecular computers. The lecture discusses in detail the results achieved in these scientific fields.

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Mindentudás Egyeteme

Natural sciences, Molecular biology, Chemistry, Molecular chemistry

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Dr. Erika Kálmán (lecturer)


15 November, 2004

Marianna Nagy

14 May, 2014

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