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Chemists Synthesize Molecular ‘Nano-Saturn’
SCI-NEWS.COM A team of chemists from the Tokyo Institute of Technology and the Okayama University of Science, Japan, has synthesized a ‘nano-Saturn,’ a molecular complex that consists of a... 5 days
Nano-saturn: Supramolecular complex formation
SCIENCE DAILY Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system and has a characteristic ring. Researchers have now synthesized a molecular 'nano-Saturn'. It consists of a spherical C(60) fullerene as the planet and a flat macrocycle made of six anthracene... 1 week
Supramolecular complex formation—anthracene macrocycle and C60 fullerene
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Saturn found to have noontime auroras
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