1,2-Diacetylanthraquinone

March 05, 2007
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1,2-Diacetylanthraquinone, a derivative of anthracene, has been made to walk, and even carry other carbon dioxide molecules over a extremely smooth copper surface by researchers at the University of California, Riverside.

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