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CHEMISTRY BY MARYE ANNE FOX Department of Chemistry University of Texas, Austin Austin, Tex. " The formation of rapidly responding materials for altering electronic input signals would have important consequences for fundamental science as well as for imaging systems. The characteristics of an electronic shift-register memory at the molecular level have been described in a recent and provocative paper. J.J. Hopfield, J.N. Onuchic, D.N. Beratan, “A molecular shift register based on elect

Marye Anne Fox
Oct 16, 1988

CHEMISTRY

BY MARYE ANNE FOX
Department of Chemistry
University of Texas, Austin
Austin, Tex.

" The formation of rapidly responding materials for altering electronic input signals would have important consequences for fundamental science as well as for imaging systems. The characteristics of an electronic shift-register memory at the molecular level have been described in a recent and provocative paper.

J.J. Hopfield, J.N. Onuchic, D.N. Beratan, “A molecular shift register based on electron transfer,” Science, 241 (4867), 817- 21), 12 August 1988.

" Advances in surface science methodology now allow for examination of surfaces at the atomic leveL Investigations of processes involving adsorption, electrodeposition, and corrosion of electrodes have been affected by these advances.

A.T. Hubbard, “Electrochemistry at well-characterized sur- faces,” Chemical Reviews, 88(4), 633-57, June 1988.

Complete control of stereochemistry during bond forming reactions remains an important goal of organic synthesis. A leader in the field of asymmetric...

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