By Chemistry World2018-01-12T12:06:00+00:00
Humans can feel the difference between a single layer of molecules by changing how hard and how fast they move their finger across the surface
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Source: Royal Society of Chemistry
Can you feel the chemistry? was originally published in Chemistry World
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