Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP) Advisory Board member Professor Carlo Adamo, an expert in the fields of excited states, proton and electron transfer, has picked his favourite articles recently published in this area in PCCP.
Read Professor Adamo’s Editor’s choice selection for free today:
Quantum coherence and its interplay with protein environments in photosynthetic electronic energy transfer
Akihito Ishizaki, Tessa R. Calhoun, Gabriela S. Schlau-Cohen and Graham R. Fleming
Energetics and dynamics of proton transfer reactions along short water wires
Ville R. I. Kaila and Gerhard Hummer
Multiscale modelling of mesoscopic phenomena triggered by quantum events: light-driven azo-materials and beyond
Marcus Böckmann, Dominik Marx, Christine Peter, Luigi Delle Site, Kurt Kremer and Nikos L. Doltsinis
Combined effect of stacking and solvation on the spontaneous mutation in DNA
José P. Cerón-Carrasco, José Zúñiga, Alberto Requena, Eric A. Perpète, Catherine Michaux and Denis Jacquemin
QM/MM studies of structural and energetic properties of the far-red fluorescent protein HcRed
Qiao Sun, Markus Doerr, Zhen Li, Sean C. Smith and Walter Thiel
Effect of solvent and additives on the open-circuit voltage of ZnO-based dye-sensitized solar cells: a combined theoretical and experimental study
Tangui Le Bahers, Frédéric Labat, Thierry Pauporté and Ilaria Ciofini
Theoretical study of the opsin shift of deprotonated retinal schiff base in the M state of bacteriorhodopsin
Kazuhiro J. Fujimoto, Kota Asai and Jun-ya Hasegawa
Multiscale quantum mechanics/electromagnetics simulation for electronic devices
ChiYung Yam, Lingyi Meng, GuanHua Chen, Quan Chen and Ngai Wong
Fluorescence spectra of organic dyes in solution: a time dependent multilevel approach
Vincenzo Barone, Julien Bloino, Susanna Monti, Alfonso Pedone and Giacomo Prampolini
Insights on the mechanism of proton transfer reactions in amino acids
Fernanda Duarte, Esteban Vöhringer-Martinez and Alejandro Toro-Labbé
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