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Manfred Eigen, Ronald George Wrey

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1967 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Manfred Eigen, Ronald George Wrey News

Chemists Introduce Catalysts Capable of Working Even Beyond Metathesis Reactions

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He won the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 2005 for developing the first catalyst with the ability to carry out such a reaction, the so-called olefin metathesis. Chemists can exploit the reaction to combine different chemical groups to the carbon atoms ...

1967 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Manfred Eigen, Ronald George Wrey News

'It looks like magic' – David Leigh on the gobsmacking potential of molecular motors

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Sauvage shared the Nobel Prize of chemistry last year for his work on molecular machines. β€œIn terms of development, the molecular motor is at the same stage as the electric motor was in the 1830s when scientists displayed various spinning cranks and ...

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Catalyst adds fluorine-containing groups to make new compounds

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In 2005, he won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for designing the first catalyst that could perform this type of reaction, known as olefin metathesis. This reaction allows chemists to attach various chemical groups to the carbon atoms that form the double ...

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Lab charts the anatomy of three molecular channels

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This image shows a subtle change, another way of working. Credit: Laboratory of Molecular Neurobiology and Biophysics/The Rockefeller University. Using a state-of-the-art imaging technology in which molecules are deep frozen, scientists in Roderick ...

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