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Diacetylene

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Packing effects on polymerization of diacetylene lipids in liposomes and
Saturn's moon Titan
There are trace amounts of other hydrocarbons, such as ethane, diacetylene, methylacetylene, acetylene and propane; as well as other gases such as cyanoacetylene, hydrogen cyanide, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, cyanogen, argon and helium.
A Semiconducting Fabric to Discharge Static Current
Irradiation turned diacetylenes into polydiacetylenes, which are semiconducting materials. The resulting fibre turned pink. "That's okay.
Turmeric Compound Spices Up An Antimicrobial Surface
The curcumin resides mostly within a bilayer of diacetylene fatty acids (blue) and phospholipid (black) molecules. Glucose molecules (pink) stick to passing bacteria and expose them to the curcumin.
Plastics Change Color—and Back—in Less Than 1 Second
Not only do the peptides stabilise the diacetylene but they also enable the material to self-assemble into continuous fibres.

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