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February 19, 2014
ChemPhysChem 03/2014: Water dynamics in extreme confinement
In the Review Section R. O. Al-Kaysi, C. J. Bardeen et al. cover the basic principles and classes of organic photomechanical materials. Reorientational dynamics of water confined in zeolites and the influences of the presence of the interface is studied by D. Laage and co-workers. W. Zinth et al. discuss fingerprinting DNA oxidation processes and report the IR characterization of the 5-methyl-2'-deoxycytidine radical cation. T. Ohba finds in his Communication that anomalously enhanced hydration of aqueous electrolyte solution in hydrophobic carbon nanotubes maintains stability. And the origin of the "snap-in" in the force curve between AFM probe and the water/gas interface of nanobubbles is explored by L. Zhang, J. Hu et al.