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UIC and Japanese Chemists Close in on Molecular Switch

July 10, 2007

chemistry graphic A team of chemists from the University of Illinois at Chicago and Japan's RIKEN institute have demonstrated the ability to remove an atom from a molecule, then replace that atom without disturbing neighboring chemical bonds on the molecule. The findings have implications for molecular electronics.
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