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Image of the Day: Tied Up

Scientists created the world’s tiniest molecular knot, only 192 atoms in length, using iron ions to guide the braiding process.

The Scientist Staff

STUART JANTZEN

(See: J.J. Danon et al, “Braiding a molecular knot with eight crossings,” Science, DOI: 10.1126/science.aal1619)

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