The bottom-up construction and operation of machines of molecular size is a topic of high interest for nanoscience, and a fascinating challenge of nanotechnology. A molecular machine can be defined as an assembly of a discrete number of molecular components (that is, a supramolecular structure) designed to perform specific mechanical movements in response to appropriate external stimuli.

Light operated molecular machines

SILVI, SERENA;VENTURI, MARGHERITA;CREDI, ALBERTO
2011

Abstract

The bottom-up construction and operation of machines of molecular size is a topic of high interest for nanoscience, and a fascinating challenge of nanotechnology. A molecular machine can be defined as an assembly of a discrete number of molecular components (that is, a supramolecular structure) designed to perform specific mechanical movements in response to appropriate external stimuli.
S. Silvi; M. Venturi; A. Credi
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