Scientists shoot the world’s smallest projectiles – individual molecules – and use them to study how reactions happen

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A space-filling model of tetrafluoroethylene

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Using individual molecules as projectiles and targets, chemists in Canada have unravelled for the first time exactly what happens when two compounds collide to form a new bond.

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