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Chirality transfer takes a jump

Nature Chemistry volume 7, pages 543544 (2015) | Download Citation

The transfer of chirality is known to occur through chemical bonds. Now, chiral biomolecules have been observed to impart some of their optical properties to a spatially separated achiral dye — with the transfer mediated by plasmon resonance from an achiral metallic nanostructure.

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