A molecule is a group of two or more atoms held together by attractive forces known as chemical bonds; depending on context, the term may or may not include ions which satisfy this criterion.

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Webb Detects Various Molecules in Extremely Irradiated Protoplanetary Disk

New frequency comb can identify molecules in 20-nanosecond snapshots

Scientists harvest electricity from the movement of molecules

Tiny generator uses the motion of molecules to produce electricity

"Why we scratch an itch: the molecules, cells and circuits of itch." Challenge: Peruse this paper without having an itch in need of a scratch appear.

Czech scientists confirm the existence of the π-hole in molecules, proving a decades-old theory

New ribozyme can make RNA molecules accessible for click chemistry in living cells

Molecules in vegetables can help to ease lung infection

Luminous Molecules – A New Concept in Synthesis

Researchers have developed new synthetic molecules that prevent ice from forming around living cells as they’re cryogenically frozen — an advance that could have wide-ranging applications including medical treatments, organ and tissue preservation, and reproductive medicine.

Researchers demonstrate single-molecule electronic 'switch' using ladder-like molecules

Webb Space Telescope Discovers Complex Organic Molecules in Galaxy More Than 12 Billion Light-Years Away

Super-Resolution DNA Analysis: Multi-Scanning Individual Molecules for Extreme Precision

Astonishing – Scientists Develop Artificial Molecules That Behave Like Real Ones

Hijacking Cellular Factories: Retooling the Ribosomal Translation Machine to Biosynthesize Molecules

Scientists Unravel the Formation of Classic Soccer Ball-Shaped Molecules

‘Breakthrough’ could explain why life molecules are left- or right-handed

James Webb Space Telescope discovers oldest organic molecules in the known universe, 12 billion light-years from Earth

Breakthrough: Scientists develop artificial molecules that behave like real ones

Water molecules define the materials around us