Bio-inspired materials are emerging as a powerful tool to tackle significant technological problems, from biomedical engineering to green chemistry. In this review we demonstrate the possibilities offered by solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance to the characterization and the mechanistic understanding of both the inorganic and the protein components of biosilica and bioinspired silica.

Biosilica and bioinspired silica studied by solid-state NMR / Ravera, Enrico; Martelli, Tommaso; Geiger, Yasmin; Fragai, Marco; Goobes, Gil; Luchinat, Claudio. - In: COORDINATION CHEMISTRY REVIEWS. - ISSN 0010-8545. - STAMPA. - 327-328(2016), pp. 110-122. [10.1016/j.ccr.2016.06.003]

Biosilica and bioinspired silica studied by solid-state NMR

RAVERA, ENRICO;MARTELLI, TOMMASO;FRAGAI, MARCO;LUCHINAT, CLAUDIO
2016

Abstract

Bio-inspired materials are emerging as a powerful tool to tackle significant technological problems, from biomedical engineering to green chemistry. In this review we demonstrate the possibilities offered by solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance to the characterization and the mechanistic understanding of both the inorganic and the protein components of biosilica and bioinspired silica.
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Ravera, Enrico; Martelli, Tommaso; Geiger, Yasmin; Fragai, Marco; Goobes, Gil; Luchinat, Claudio
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