Those formulas are based on the assumption here, that the probing acceptor
concentration A is much lower than the chosen (operating) donor concentration D.
RQ3: How do acceptors
and nonacceptors differ in their perceptions of handbills?
In CMDOS, since all of the respondents were acceptors
of contraceptive methods, all of them had the knowledge of at least one method.
Wei, "Design of shallow acceptors
in ZnO through compensated donor acceptor
complexes: a density functional calculation," Physical Review B, vol.
The resulting structure decreased the FRET activity, increasing the intensity of donor dye's emission while reducing the intensity of the acceptor
dye's emission; hence increasing R3.
However, it moves completely to the acceptor
unit in the case of LUMO.
Both MS3 and TY3 are typical D-[pi]-A structures; the donor and the n-bridge are the amino donor and the acetylene bridge, and the acceptor
is benzoic acid.
They also typically use fullerenes as the acceptor
material due to its high electron mobility and inherent talent for accepting stable electrons.
Research from North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill shows energy is transferred more efficiently inside complex, three-dimensional organic solar cells when donor molecules, align face-on, rather than edge-on, relative to the acceptor
Many of the potential device applications, however, require both donor and acceptor
doping, and growth of reproducible and stable p-type ZnO has been difficult to achieve.
The main structure comprises of fluorene as electron acceptor
and thiophene as electron donor in order to increase the electron mobility.
The reagent comprises a surface to which is linked an enzyme donor fragment through a protease recognition sequence, where the enzyme donor fragment complexes with an enzyme acceptor
fragment to form an active indicator enzyme when the enzyme donor fragment is cleaved from said surface.