NewsSingle-stranded DNA as supramolecular template for highly
organized palladium nanowires

26th March 2021by admin0
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Nanowires are vital components for future
nanoelectronics, sensors, and nanomedicine. To achieve the required
complexity, it is necessary to control the position and growth of
the metal chains on an atomic level. In the journal Angewandte
Chemie, a research team has introduced a novel approach that
generates precisely controlled, helical, palladium–DNA systems that
mimic the organization of natural base pairs in a double-stranded
DNA molecule.

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