Perspective: nanomotors without moving parts that propel themselves in solution.


Self-propelled nanomotors use chemical energy to produce directed motion. Like many molecular motors they suffer strong perturbations from the environment in which they move as a result of thermal fluctuations and do not rely on inertia for their propulsion. Such tiny motors are the subject of considerable research because of their potential applications… (More)
DOI: 10.1063/1.4773981

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