Fatemeh Mollaamin; Bioorganic Adsorption on Nano-Clusters through Disabling Language Cognition; Advanced Nano-Bio-Materials and Devices; 2017:1(3):135-145

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For many people, learning about new things such as a second language is an adventure and very fulfilling. Dopamine levels boost in the brain to help us maintain the new information. However, if dopamine levels are low, the new information literally goes in and out of the brain and is lost. This work postulates disability modeling function of dopamine as a neurochemical transporter in the brain for learning language after adsorption on Boron Nitride (BN) and Titanium dioxide (TiO2 Anatase) surfaces through the theoretical methods. Thermodynamic data and vibrations can identify modes of dopamine by comparison between dopamine-Boron Nitride and dopamine-TiO2 clusters.