NewsScientists observe directed energy transport between
neighboring molecules in a nanomaterial

23rd November 2020by admin0
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When light falls on a material, such as a green leaf
or the retina, certain molecules transport energy and charge. This
ultimately leads to the separation of charges and the generation of
electricity. Molecular funnels, so-called conical intersections,
ensure that this transport is highly efficient and
directed.

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