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February 21st, 2003

DNA strings along metal atoms

Abstract:
Researchers from the University of Tokyo and the Institute for Molecular Science in Japan have used DNA to assemble strings of up to five copper ions. The technique could have applications in producing molecular magnets and wires.

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