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Twisted Molecules

August 28, 2009

Twisted Molecules
Kent Kirshenbaum, an NYU chemistry professor, explains his team's recent discovery of how to make molecules with a twist - these molecules can fold in to twisted helical shapes that can accelerate selected chemical reactions.