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The experimental evidence of the inhomogeneity of conducting and semiconducting organic π-conjugated polymers is reviewed. A special attention is paid to the mesoscopic inhomogeneity, which originates from variability in the interactions between the molecules that constitute these materials....
Protein folding is a problem of great importance in both the life sciences and biotechnology industries. This review begins with a brief summary of the physics of protein folding in vivo , which we believe would provide a theoretical basis for the kinetic control of protein folding. This is...
The present review focuses mainly on the interaction between molecules and the surfaces of zeolites and opens with Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) spectroscopy in view of the desire to study radical intermediates in catalytic systems. In this aim too, the family of spectroscopic techniques known...
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