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Where Is the Proton? Yale Scientists Discover Footprints of Shared Protons


April 12, 2007

Oxygen atoms This week in Science, Yale researchers present "roadmaps" that show how shared protons, a common loose link between two biological molecules, simply vibrate between the molecules as a local oscillator, rather than intimately entangling with the molecular vibrations of the attached molecules. Full Story

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