NewsTransporting energy through a single molecular
nanowire

11th May 2020by admin0
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Photosynthetic systems in nature transport energy very
efficiently toward a reaction center, where it is converted into a
useful form for the plant. Scientists have been using this as
inspiration to learn how to transport energy efficiently in
molecular electronics and other technologies. Physicist Richard
Hildner from the University of Groningen and his colleagues have
investigated energy transport in an artificial system made from
nanofibers. The results were published in the Journal of the
American Chemical Society.

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