Latest Molecule Stories
Assembling chemicals can be like putting together a puzzle.
Where does water end and air begin? Scientists found that some water molecules exist as both a gas and a liquid by splitting the difference between the two, according to a new study in Nature.
The quantum physics of tailor-made organic macro-molecules â€“ For the first time - as presented in Nature Communications - the quantum behavior of molecules consisting of more than 400 atoms was demonstrated by quantum physicists based at the University of Vienna in collaboration with chemists from Basel and Delaware.
A controversial idea that sense of smell can be explained by quantum physics is gaining traction in the science world, according to researchers.
Good chemists are passive-aggressive â€” they manipulate molecules without actually touching them.
The team of Professor Burkhard Luy from KIT and Junior Professor Stefan F. Kirsch from the TUM has now shown for the first time that certain NMR parameters, the so-called residual dipolar couplings (RDCs), can make a significant contribution towards determining the constitution of chemical compounds when traditional methods fail.
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The mechanism for binding oxygen to metalloporphyrins is a vital process for oxygen-breathing organisms.
New research published today, shows how light can be used to control the electrical properties of graphene, paving the way for graphene-based optoelectronic devices and highly sensitive sensors.
For the first time, chemists have succeeded in plugging a metal atom into a methane gas molecule, thereby creating a new compound that could be a key in opening up new production processes for the chemical industry, especially for the synthesis of organic compounds, which in turn might have implications for drug development.
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