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How do lasers identify chemical structures?
« on: 17/05/2011 16:56:01 »
Using lasers and over 100,000 hours of computing time, researchers have exposed the previously unknown molecular shape of  epidermal growth factor receptors, EGFRs, which are known to be involved in the development of cancer...
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How do lasers identify chemical structures?
« Reply #1 on: 18/05/2011 06:58:04 »
"How do lasers identify chemical structures?"
They don't.
Generally it's chemists who do that. They might use lasers.
 

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