Researchers Observe Hydrogen-Bond Exchange

Thursday, May 8, 2008 - 12:14 in Physics & Chemistry

Hydrogen bonds are quite small, on the level of a few angstroms. They can also be passed between two different molecules very quickly, at speeds of tens of times per second. But in spite of these properties, researchers have recently observed hydrogen-bond exchange taking place in real-time.

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