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Jieyi Zhu

biosensor simulation

Can I use this tool to simulate graphene sensor to bacteria like E.coli? That means when different concentration’s bacteria is bond to the graphene sensor surface, the simulator detect the adsorption spectra. Can this tool realize this?

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    Baudilio Tejerina

    Hi Jieyi.

    The tool is intended to simulate the spectrum of molecular systems. Yours seems somewhat challenging. If you’re seeking to model the entire bacteria, I’m sorry, I am afraid that won’t be possible.

    Regards, Baudilio

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      Jieyi Zhu

      Dear Professor, If I just want to simulate graphene or graphene oxide, how do I analyze the spectra of the ultra/visible adsorption? Is there any equation to explain the spectra? Or the equation is the photoelectric electron transition equation? Best Regards, Yours,ZhuJieyi

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      Jieyi Zhu

      Dear Professor, Besides, I want to know the equation of the vertical axis, how to calculate the extinction(the vertical axis)? Most times I find the adsorption peak is between 0 and 1, but today I find a figure in which peak is at 3. I can’t explain that myself. Best Regards, Yours,ZhuJieyi

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