Caption: Sunlight powers a chemical reaction in the window of Tehshik Yoon, a chemistry professor at University of Wisconsin–Madison. Visible light has major advantages for driving reactions, says Yoon, who has invented a new technique for precisely controlling the shape of products powered by light. The technique could be useful in pharmaceuticals, where correct shape is essential.
Photo: Tehshik Yoon
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