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Conducting single-molecule magnet materials.

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Design and Synthesis of Functional Molecular Materials. Photochemical Transformation of Molecular Crystals into Devices. View Section, Part IV.

Molecular nanoscience: from functional molecules to molecular devices

Fullerenes, Nanotubes and other Related Nano Materials. Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Endohedral Fullerenes. Manipulation and Assembly of Carbon Nanotubes by Dielectrophoresis.

View Section, Part V. Integration and Functionalities of Molecular Materials. Eight Unimolecular Rectifiers.

Paper Actuators with Conducting Polymers. Now, inspired by previous biological research performed by Daniel Speiser, Ph. Most eyes in nature are made of organic molecules. They enable the chiton to perceive changes in light and thus to respond to approaching predators by tightening their grip to surfaces under water. Importantly, the researchers found that aragonite crystals in the lens are larger than in the shell and organized into more regular alignments that allow light to be gathered and bundled. Department of Energy DOE Office of Science User Facility located at Argonne National Laboratory, to conduct high-resolution X-ray micro-tomography towards determining the 3-D morphology of the sensory structure in the shell of chitons.