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November 30th, 2005

Controlling molecular switches

Abstract:
Researchers from Pennsylvania State University, Oregon University and Rice University have created single-molecule switches that respond in a predictable and stable way. To date, a tendency to switch on and off at random has limited the potential of many single-molecule switches.

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