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August 11th, 2003
Molecule Makes Ring Rotor
Researchers from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland have interlocked large, ring-shaped molecules to make a molecular rotor that moves in only one direction. The molecule could eventually be used as a nanoscale motor or winch.
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