NewsScientists build a nanocage with antiaromatic walls

23rd October 2019by admin0
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Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology, the
University of Cambridge, and the University of Copenhagen have
built a self-assembled nanocage with a very unusual nanospace: Its
walls are made of antiaromatic molecules, which are generally
considered too unstable to work with. By overturning assumptions
about the limits of nano-chemical engineering, the study creates an
entirely new nanospace for scientists to explore. Nanometer-sized
cavities are already finding a range of useful applications in
chemistry, medicine and environmental science.

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