cis-stilbene is a photochemical prototype for cis-trans olefinic photoisomerisation. In our recent work, we show that this process maintains coherence throughout the reaction path, even in liquid-phase. This has interesting implications for the evolutionary favourability of this reaction in biology.
We introduce a highly sensitive methodology that captures key vibrational signatures using surface-engineered, plasmonic, metal nanoparticles spontaneously encapsulated into protein liquid droplets allowing us to unveil the inner workings of biomolecular condensates in a droplet-by-droplet manner.
Designing long and highly conducting molecular wires has been a great challenge for decades. It has now been shown that an oxidized 2.6-nm-long oligophenylene-bridged bis(triarylamine) can show a single-molecule junction conductance over 0.1G0.
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