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Tying Molecules in Knots

News   Feb 28, 2020 | Original story from the University of Geneva

 
Tying Molecules in Knots

Chemical structure of one of the molecular knots under study. Below, it is shown with a simplified representation that the same knot can be tight or loose. In the molecular world, the tight knots have different properties from the loose knots. Credit: UNIGE

 
 
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