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By Heiner Linke, Alf Mansson

This quantity offers an creation to the cutting-edge of managed nanoscale movement in organic and synthetic platforms. assurance comprises the keep watch over and serve as of protein cars, the physics of non-equilibrium Brownian movement, and the physics and fabrication of artificial molecular vehicles. The chapters during this booklet are in response to chosen contributions at the 2005 Nobel Symposium on managed Nanoscale movement.

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