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Molecular Borromean Rings Atwood Stoddart commons
 

 

 

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Description This is a picture generated from a crystal structure reported by James Fraser Stoddart et al. Science 2004, 304, 1308-1312. It shows a molecular Borromean ring with the grey spheres representing zinc(II) ions. It was made by myself and is free to be used by all others.
Date 2007-01-20 (first version); 2007-02-10 (last version)
Source Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is/was here.
Author Original uploader was M stone at en.wikipedia

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  • 2007-02-10 10:22 M stone 595×641×8 (242958 bytes) This is a picture generated from a crystal structure reported by James Fraser Stoddart et al. Science 2004, 304, 1308-1312. It shows a molecular Borromean ring with the grey spheres representing zinc(II) ions. It was made by myself and is free to be used
  • 2007-01-20 16:12 M stone 952×920×8 (124803 bytes) This is a picture generated from a crystal structure reported by James Fraser Stoddart et al. Science 2004, 304, 1308-1312. It shows a molecular Borromean ring with the grey spheres representing zinc(II) ions. It was made by myself and is free to be used


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