The book covers the proceedings of International conference, 'Molecular and Nanoscale Systems for Energy Conversion'. The monograph is including information about: Energy Poten Anaerobic Digestion of Wastes produced in Russia via Biogas and ...
Microbial Fuel Cell Technologies; New Photovoltaic Composite Materials based on Fullerene and Phthalocyanine Derivatives; Voltaic Effect in the Molecular Complexes of (Dtds)2 C60; Porphyrin Dyads with potential use in Solar Energy Conversion; Molecular Photovoltaic Systems simulating Photosynthesis as perspective Solar Energy Converters; and, Super-Rapid Processes from higher excited singlet states of Tryptophan - the violation of the Vaviliov Low. It also includes information on: Biosensor Approach to assessment of efficiency of mediators for their application in Microbial Biofuel Cells; The Quantum-Mechanical Model Superficial Atomic Hydrogenation Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube; Hybrid Silica-Zirconia Films loaded with Titania Nanoparticles and Titania-Based Nanocontiners: Novel Materials for thin-film Photocatalysts and Photocontrollable coatings; Power characteristics of Microbial Fuel Cell based on Gluconobacter Cell Suspension and 2,6-Dichlorophenolindophenol as Electron Transport Mediator; Photodestruction of Chlorophyll in Non-Biological Systems; The Current-Voltage Characteristic of Carbon Nanotubes in Non Linear Model; and, Characterization of Photocatalytic properties of Mesoporous Tio2 prepared using Templating Method. It also provides information on: Hydrogen Atom as a result of Dissociative Attachment of Low Energy Electrons (below Ionisation Or Electronic Excitation Thresholds) in Frozen Aqueous Phosphate Solutions; Photoresponse of Colloidal Quantum Dots - Conducting Sno2 Matrix Composite; Hybrid Titanium Oxide - Polymer Nanostructured Composites for Energy Conversion Devices: Structure and Properties; Role of Glu181 in the mechanism of Protonated Schiff Base Linkage Stabilization in Dark-Adapted Visual Pigment Rhodopsin: Molecular Dynamics Simulation; and, Creating of a Laboratory Model Stand for Development of Oil Biodestruction Suppression Methods in Industrial and Natural Storages.