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Artificial Leaf Acts as a Mini Medicine Factory

News   Apr 25, 2018 | Original story from Eindhoven University of Technology

 
Artificial Leaf Acts as a Mini Medicine Factory

Even with the naked eye the amount of light captured by the 'mini-factories' is visible, lit up bright red. The 'veins' through the leaves are the thin channels through which liquid can be pumped. The start products enter the one channel, light causes the reactions and the end product comes out via the other channels. Credit: Bart van Overbeeke

 
 
 

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