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Polymers kept in the loop

Nature Chemistry volume 1, pages 178179 (2009) | Download Citation

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Cyclic molecules have fascinated chemists for many years and researchers have now made nanoscale macromolecular 'doughnuts' that are large enough to be imaged with an atomic force microscope — providing direct visual proof of their cyclic topologies.

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  1. Scott M. Grayson is in the Department of Chemistry, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118, USA.  sgrayson@tulane.edu

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