Helices


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Helices

Figures like the tendrils of a vine.
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Helices sometimes participate in more complex structures.
But the newfound, space-saving advantage of these geometries "might be one reason underlying the particular selection of the helices found in nature," says Jayanth R.
Chains of these linked pyridine twins spontaneously braid into double helices around copper ions.