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Carbon nanotubes serve as unique nanopore conduits due to their molecular selectivity. In this study we examine the transport of the neurologically relevant molecules acetylcholine, choline, and dopamine through a 1 nm-diameter 1.1-mm long single walled carbon nanotube (SWNT). Our results show that these three neurotransmitters do transport through a SWNT and the properties can be studied.
Baird, David, "Transport Of Neurotransmitters Through Carbon Nanotubes" (2020). Chemistry Presentations. 17.
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Presented during the 22nd Annual Summer Fellows Symposium, July 24, 2020 at Ursinus College.
The downloadable file is a poster presentation with audio commentary.
The final project is available here.