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Are molecules right-handed or left-handed?

(Institut national de la recherche scientifique - INRS) An international research team reveals the subtle properties of mirror molecules. The researchers examined camphor photoionization using an ultrafast laser. Circularly polarized light directed at camphor molecules allowed the measurement of electron emission, giving the first precise measurement of the asymmetry in the reaction of a camphor molecule.
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