David N. Beratan
Charge transfer in dynamical biosystems, or the treachery of (static) images.
Accounts of chemical research (2015)
Full-electron ligand-to-ligand charge transfer in a compact Re(I) complex.
The journal of physical chemistry. A (2014)
Biological charge transfer via flickering resonance.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2014)
Biochemistry and theory of proton-coupled electron transfer.
Chemical reviews (2014)
Structural and Electronic Properties of Bare and Capped CdSeand CdTeQuantum Dots
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2014)
Breaking the simple proportionality between molecular conductances and charge transfer rates.
Faraday discussions (2014)
Erratum: Eenthalpic signature of methonium desolvation revealed in a synthetic host-guest system based on cucurbituril (Journal of the American Chemical Society (2013) 135 (6084-6091) DOI: 10.1021/ja311327v)
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2013)
Triplet Excitation Energy Dynamics in Metal-Organic Frameworks
JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C (2013)
Dr. Beratan is developing theoretical approaches to understand the function of complex molecular and macromolecular systems, including: the molecular underpinnings of energy harvesting and charge transport in biology; the mechanism of solar energy capture and conversion in man-made structures; the nature of charge conductivity in naturally occurring nucleic acids and in synthetic constructs, including the photochemical repair of damaged DNA in extremophiles; CH bond activation by copper oxygenase enzymes; the flow of charge in bacterial appendages on the micrometer length scale; the theoretical foundations for inverse molecular design - the property driven discovery of chemical structures with optimal properties; the exploitation of molecular diversity in the mapping of molecular and materials "space"; the use of infra-red excitation to manipulate electron transport through molecules; the optical signatures of molecular chirality and the influence of chirality on charge transport. Prof. Beratan is affiliated with the Departments of Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, as well as Duke's programs in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Structural Biology and Biophysics, Nanosciences, and Phononics.
B.S. - Duke University
Electron Transfer Reactions
In "Electron Transfer Reactions" edited by J. Moore and N. Spencer. ; : Institute of Physics Press.
Multi-center and multi-electron transfer in biology
In Theory & Principles edited by Wiley-VCH (Weinheim), V. Balzani. ; pp. 109-125. : .
Theories of structure-function relationships for bridge-mediated electron transfer
In Adv. Chem. Phys. edited by . 1999; pp. 377-452. : .
Protein-mediated electron transfer: pathways, orbital interactions and contact maps
In Biological electron-transfer chains: genetics, composition and mode of operation edited by G.W. Canters and E. Vigenboom. 1998; pp. 9-27. : Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
The design of starburst dendrimer electron transfer systems
In Molecular Electronics edited by M. Ratner and J. Jortner. 1997; pp. 369-379. : Chemistry for the 21st Century Series, Blackwell Science, Oxford, Chapter 12.
Appendix A: Electron transfer rate calculations
In Protein Electron Transfer edited by D.S. Bendall. 1996; pp. 273-283. : bios Scientific Publishers, Oxford.
Chapter 2: The protein bridge between redox centers
In Protein Electron Transfer edited by D.S. Bendall. 1996; pp. 23-42. : BIOS Scientific Publishers, Oxford.
Donor-acceptor electronic coupling in ruthenium-modified heme proteins
In Mechanistic Bioinorganic Chemistry edited by J. Thorp and V. Pecoraro. 1995; pp. 471-485. : Washington, D.C..
Finding electron transfer pathways
In Princeton Lectures on Biophysics edited by W. Bialek. 1992; pp. 175-195. : World Scientific Publishing Co..
Structural control of electron transfer in proteins
In The molecular basis of oxidative damage by leukocytes edited by A.J. Jesaitis and E.A. Dratz. 1992; pp. 57-67. : CRC Press, Boca Raton.