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January 21st, 2003

Solution to elusive problem

Abstract:
At the University of Leicester Department of Chemistry a research team led by Drs Andy Ellis and Martyn Wheeler is using an exotic new solvent - liquid helium nanodroplets (LHNDs) - as an ultra-low temperature nano-laboratory.

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