Coordination chemistry for information acquisition and processing

Kacper Pilarczyk, Brian Daly, Agnieszka Podborska, Przemysław Kwolek, Victoria A. D. Silverson, A. Prasanna de Silva, Konrad Szaciłowski

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Abstract

In the 21st century, information has become the most valuable resource that is available to modern societies. Thus, great efforts have been made to develop new information processing and storage techniques. Chemistry can offer a wide variety of computing paradigms that are closely related to the natural processes found in living organisms (e.g., in the nervous systems of animals). Moreover, these phenomena cannot be reproduced easily by solely using silicon-based technology. Other great advantages of molecular-scale systems include their simplicity and the diversity of interactions that occur among them. Thus, devices constructed using chemical entities may be programmed to deal with different information carriers (photons, electrons, ions, and molecules), possibly surpassing the capabilities of classic electronic circuits.
Original languageEnglish
JournalCoordination Chemistry Reviews
Early online date29 Apr 2016
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Publication statusEarly online date - 29 Apr 2016

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Animals
Photons
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Data storage equipment
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Electrons
Networks (circuits)
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Pilarczyk, K., Daly, B., Podborska, A., Kwolek, P., Silverson, V. A. D., de Silva, A. P., & Szaciłowski, K. (2016). Coordination chemistry for information acquisition and processing. Coordination Chemistry Reviews. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ccr.2016.04.012
Pilarczyk, Kacper ; Daly, Brian ; Podborska, Agnieszka ; Kwolek, Przemysław ; Silverson, Victoria A. D. ; de Silva, A. Prasanna ; Szaciłowski, Konrad. / Coordination chemistry for information acquisition and processing. In: Coordination Chemistry Reviews. 2016.
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