1. Vojislav V. Mitić, Univerzitet u Nišu, Elektronski fakultet, Aleksandra Medvedeva 14, 18000 Niš, Serbia
2. Bojana Marković, 1Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Nis, 14 Aleksandra Medvedeva, 18000 Nis, Serbia, Serbia
3. Dušan Milošević, Faculty of Electronic Engineering University of Nis Nis, Serbia, Serbia
4. Branislav Randjelović, Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Nis, 14 Aleksandra Medvedeva, 18000 Nis, Serbia and, Serbia
5. Ivana Ilić, Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Nis, 14 Aleksandra Medvedeva, 18000 Nis, Serbia, Serbia
6. Maria Čebela, Department of Materials, “Vinca" Institute of Nuclear Sciences - National Institute of the Republic , Serbia
7. Branislav Vlahovic, United States
Due to the fact that the fields of complex bionanomaterials and molecular microelectronics are constantly expanding, there is a huge interest in bio and physical systems further integration. The idea of this paper is to consider a molecule as an integrative component of these two systems that are dissimilar, even though they are consisting of identical submicroparticles. Electrons intrinsic property, in living and nonliving systems, is their motion within a molecule, but also they are shifting as a part of a molecule that is moving. Furthermore, molecules, as well as biomolecules, are constituents of moving bacteria, thus, a molecule has a central role in connecting electron and microorganism levels. Adding the fact that Brownian motion is a joint property of electrons and microorganisms motion with its fractal similarity characteristics, we can establish mathematical functions in order to relate and more explicit describe these particles motion. Having in mind that a single bacterial cell comprises a couple of million molecules, we created, based on the experimental data, mathematical analytical forms for one molecule and for one bacteria, and in the next step we will try to interconnect them regarding molecule number ratio, what is the aim of our future research. This opens the possibility for integrating biophysical and condensed matter systems structures at the micro and nano scale, which is of substantial interest for further advanced and improved micro and nanoelectronic materials and technology development.