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  Journal of Nanoscience Letters. Volume 1, Issue 3 (2011) pp. 128-144
  Review Article
Control of rotary motion at the nanoscale: Motility, actuation, self-assembly
  Petr Král, Lela Vukovic, Niladri Patra, Boyang Wang, Kyaw Sint, Alexey Titov  
Department of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
  Controlling motion of nanoscale systems is of fundamental importance for the development of many emerging nanotechnology areas. We review a variety of mechanisms that allow controlling rotary motion in nanoscale systems with numerous potential applications. We discuss control of rotary motion in molecular motors, molecular propellers of liquids, nanorods rolling on liquids, nanochannels with rotary switching motion, and self-assembly of functional carbonaceous materials, guided by water nanodroplets and carbon nanotubes.
  Rotary motion; Molecular motor; Molecular propeller; Nanopore; Nanochannels; Self-assembly  

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