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August 28th, 2003
Chemistry: Lego-like molecules form honeycomb structures
Story  - Chemists have built beautifully organized, honeycomb-like lattices on a monolayer. The research, described in this week's Nature, shows how molecular components can be arranged into predictable, complex arrangements, and shows how material structures could be fine-tuned for desired applications.
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